Sources in Jamaica have alerted ReggaeWire to a developing saga in Kingston Jamaica.
Dancehall diva, Macka Diamond whose hit single “Bun Him” catapulted her to the international arena, has allegedly confronted new comer Stacious.
The incident transpired at a popular New Kingston night club last week. It is alleged that Macka Diamond aka “Money O” approached a senior member of Stacious’s entourage and began elaborating on her need for not a lyrical war, but real war, suggesting the inclusion of guns and ammunition.
Stacious who seemed confused by the motive for the altercation agreed to a lyrical war but was taken aback, when Macka Diamond reiterated the need a street war.
Stacious then left the club after which Macka Diamond left moments later.
Up until press time, a motive for the confrontation could not be confirmed, and members of The Stacious management team could not provide any verification behind Macka Diamond’s threat.
Posed by the critics to become the next lady Saw, Stacious whose real name is Stacy Scarlett, emerged on the local dancehall scene in 2005 with the single “Thug Gal”. Since then she has made various appearances on local and international events. Her current single “No Ordinary Girl” is receiving heavy rotation worldwide.