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Vybz Kartel Supports Dancehall Queen Spice After Hot 97 Wardrobe Malfunction, Chug It Debacle – DancehallMag

Rebel Nation | September 8, 2021

Vybz Kartel, the reputed King of Dancehall has come out to defend its undisputed Queen Spice after an apparent wardrobe malfunction on Friday at Hot 97’s On Da Reggae & Soca Tip 2021, and the Chug It debacle on Sunday.

The Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star has been getting a lot of flack for allegedly exposing her ‘p-m p-m’ on the Hot 97 stage at the Coney Island Amphitheater in New York.  The incident occurred during the set, as she performed her smash hit single So Mi Like It while executing her infamous air split.

It appears that the crotch area of Spice’s bodysuit got twisted inside out to reveal the garment’s inner lining, which many mistakenly assumed was a section of her lady parts.

“My pu%#y no look so, but carry on ,” Spice said in a post on Instagram today to quiet the gabbing.

Video clips of the malfunction come just days after her showdown with CHUG IT promoters, who threatened to sue the QOD after a non-performance at the Miami Marine Park in Florida over Labor Day weekend.

After the entertainment company laid blame on her for the failed performance, Spice revealed that they had apologized for the numerous inconveniences she experienced in the lead-up to the show. In response, Chug It has alleged that the entertainer was paid in full and was contracted to be at the show for 8:15PM but turned up after 9 PM when authorities ordered an end to the event.

It has evidently been a rough few days for Spice but it was all relieved when Vybz Kartel decided to give her some strength and in a big way.

Her Romping Shop collaborator first changed his Instagram profile picture to a portrait of Queen Spice.

“See who mi frightened fah yah ” she wrote on a screenshot of the gesture that she posted on her IG page. “@vybzkartel MY KING …. THE GOAT ……..#BornFiDis he’s always trying to lift me up….”

“@vybzkartel I love every single vein in your body #FreeWorldBoss it’s his profile picture for me ,” she added.

Spice returned the favor and also changed her IG profile picture to a photo of Vybz Kartel.

Along with the outpouring of support from fans, many of Spice’s industry comrades such as Dancehall artists Jada Kingdom, and I-Octane, along with rapper Busta Rhymes and her Love & Hip Hop co-star, Karlie Redd also headed to the comments to show her some love.

The Worl’ Boss also appeared in another post made by Spice to remind the Dancehall star that she is the “Undisputed Queen Of Dancehall

In the aftermath of the CHUG IT dispute, she posted a slide of videos and screenshots made by fans who sought to defend and backup her statements.

In the caption, she also said people were offering to come and support her in court.  “I don’t know how the court house gonna hold all of us, because the amount of people that send details and receipts and want to come to court . This really brings tears to me eyes,” she wrote.

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