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Starface name-drops Spice and Nuffy in new song, 'Haffi Mad'

Starface name-drops Spice and Nuffy in new song, 'Haffi Mad'

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  Dancehall artiste Starface has released a counteraction for  Munga's hit song, 'Nah Mad Over No Gal'. The single, released on the Konsequence Muzik label, will be officially released via iTunes soon. 

"The response has been incredible so far, mi phone no stop blow up, from people inna the industry, to people outside the industry, the bloggers, the selectors....everybody say it sell off," Starface said. 

 

in the saucy song, she weighs in on the recent Spice-Nuffy debate with the disclaimer, "the streets say" before dropping a juicy tidbit about Nuffy and Spice alleged sexual relationship. She even speculates about a relationship between footballer Leon Bailey and Shenseea. 

 

She takes potshots at cricketer Marlon Samuels who she claims went crazy on social media since Yanique the Curvy Diva kicked him to the curb. Then Starface, in quick succession, name-drops Ishawna and Foota Hype, and then sideswipes Skatta with an oral sex joke. 

 

The song is currently generating thousands of views on YouTube since its release over the weekend. 

 

She will be releasing a video for 'Ride It' featuring Maestro Don on the Dane Raychords label, and 'Own Money' for Armzhouse Records. The 'Ride It' video was shot at the Flirt go go club on Constant Spring road, St. Andrew. 

 

Last week, she released her 'Made It' video which is presently in rotation on RE TV. 

 

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