A heated feud has erupted between British rapper Stefflon Don and Jamaican singer Jada Kingdom, with both artists exchanging shots through their latest musical releases.
The public spat intensified when Stefflon Don dropped her new track, “Dat A Dat,” on Monday (January 8), taking aim at an unnamed woman for allegedly being involved with her man and even referencing physical violence.
Given Stefflon Don’s history with Burna Boy and rumors linking him to Jada Kingdom, many speculated that the diss track was aimed at the Jamaican artist.
In response to the teaser of Stefflon Don’s song circulating online, Jada Kingdom took to social media to express her thoughts, suggesting that the drama revolves around a man who belongs to everyone.
As the full version of Stefflon Don’s song went live, Jada Kingdom posted a snippet of her own track on Instagram, addressing a “little girl” and insinuating that the dispute revolves around a man.
The caption further emphasizes her stance, stating, “Suh yuh confirm you tryna beef over a man OK, this is weak.” The back-and-forth exchange between the two artists has captivated fans and added fuel to the ongoing controversy.
While Stefflon Don seems to be venting about past romantic entanglements, Jada Kingdom appears to have moved on, enjoying a relationship with her boyfriend Pardison Fontaine. The couple, who began dating in September, recently shared a lively social media post together, showcasing their affection for each other.
However, Pardison Fontaine’s previous relationship drama with ex-girlfriend Megan Thee Stallion remains a topic of discussion.
In November, Megan Thee Stallion alleged that Pardison had cheated on her during their time together, which he later addressed in his track “THEE PERSON,” denying the accusations and questioning her credibility.