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Shenseea Claps Back At Critics Who Say ‘She Sold Her Soul’ To Get Kanye West Features – DancehallMag

Rebel Nation | August 31, 2021

Trending Gyal singer Shenseea has once again responded to Jamaican critics who say she ‘sold her soul to the devil,’ but this time she added the reminder that she’s no floozy.  After she appeared at Kanye West’s Donda live-stream event and was subsequently featured on two tracks on his album, the ‘soul selling for fame and fortune’ narrative once again came to the fore from superstitious fans.

The perfectly tailored comeback came today in an Instagram share complete with a reel of sexy swimsuit snaps, baring her derrière and sexy physique. Another she included was to show off a blinged-out ‘BLESSED’ bracelet that rather explains her successes.

In the caption, she wrote, “Can’t say I sell my pu$$y so they said I sold my soul I’ll take it.”

This is another attempt from the Dancehall singer to quiet her naysayers since the rumors emerged last year after her mother’s untimely passing. Upon hearing the insensitive claim, that she “sacrificed her mother”, and “sold her soul to the devil” and even “joined the Illuminati,” Shenseea went on her IG Live to let the accusers know that they’d have to try a lot harder to get her mad.

“People weh really a talk bout sacrifice…yuh see social media is a thing weh mi use it a lot to promote myself and my music and help me get weh mi deh, but there’s things you can never get me to do which is get angry over comments,” Shenseea stated.

“You see in a time like this when mi madda dead and unno come a talk bout sacrifice, that show mi seh the devil himself send unno so mi neven fi get worked up over that but mi need unno fi know seh I really can find you…but I won’t cause you can’t hide from God,” she continued.

The Lighter singer would go on the touch on the topic again when she appeared on Revolt TV earlier this year and dropped another of her epic freestyle flows.

“Focus on myself, eye no red, eye no cross, nah go sell mi soul to nobody, dem cant afford the cost. Miserable when devil involve, mi rolling with the cross, even when me hungry, me and God a fast,” she spit in the lyrics to cap the rumor.

Unfortunately, when Shenseea dropped her Run Run music video in July it brought the topic back to the foreground when she was seen flaunting “satanic” imagery in a few of the scenes.

Head Concussion/Rich Immigrant Records executive Rvssian, to whose label Shenseea is signed, took to Twitter to ridicule the backlash. He asked his followers, “They say people sell them soul. But how much do these type of things go for? and is a store or what? Mi confuse.”

He later followed up on Instagram to tell everyone that Shenseea’s Run Run music video was purely for entertainment. “RUN RUN from all negative it’s only a music video,” Rvssian wrote.

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