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FEUD BETWEEN JUSTUS ARISON AND FOOTA HYPE?? @one876 @bounce876 @justusja Featured

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There is a simmering feud between producer Justus Arison of JA Productions and selector Foota Hype that is threatening to boil over in the streets. The bad blood between the two allegedly started over three weeks ago when Foota Hype shut off the sound playing the Mavado title track single on Arison’s High Life riddim.

“The man walk in and turn off the sound inna the middle of the song. I thought he was going to say something over the mike but him just stop the riddim from play, and kill the vibes in his own party,” Arison said.

The following day, Foota Hype took to Instagram and declared: "Effective immediately from the promoters of #galliswednesdays justus of ja productions is officially banned from entering the premises of limelight night club hwt on a Wednesday night no matter which star superstar or regular person he is rolling with this is based on his disrespectful and disorderly conduct last night.”

Justus hit back on Instagram declaring: “You're not able to control your bad mind ways. You're officially banned from your (ex) gyal p@#$$%”. And then went on Twitter to write another colourful declaration: “Funny how the biggest gyal clown in the history of the world keep a party name Gallis Wednesday” and also suggested that: “If me ever propose to me girl in a dance shoot me dead on spot ok”, a reference to Foota Hype’s decision to propose to his ex-lover Ishawna in a dance over a year ago.

Tensions have reached a high point since Ishawna upped the stakes by doing a song called 'Restraining Order' on Arison's 'High Life' riddim which appears to take potshots at Foota Hype, even suggesting that he is a "stalker".

The song has been generating a lot of attention on social media and has been getting multiple spins on radio.

The beef has escalated further with Justus Arison doing an interview on ER where he suggested that Foota Hype was a racist for attempting to sabotage his music.
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