Spice has finally broken her silence on her recent feud with upcoming Dancehall artiste Bella Blair.
The “Needle Eye” deejay took fresh shots at the upcoming deejay during a recent interview with Dutty Berry. The entertainer was her usual petty self after being asked about her rival to which she responded: “Tell her to get a hit song.”
The entertainer was however first reluctant to respond to questions about the young star saying “Lisa Hanna told me to be Grace and to behave myself, and tonight I’m gonna take that word of advice.”
The two female artiste previously clashed on social media after Blair criticized the entertainer’s representation of Jamaican women while appearing on Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta.
Spice, however, hit back at the aspiring Dancehall artiste calling her hypocritical as much of the comedic skits that brought her initial popularity is very similar to the “brawling” and “ghetto” behavior she accused her of.
“Memba say me never know bout u until u start acting brawling and ‘ghetto’, it was the same representation that made you but a so nuff a unu hypocritical,” said the deejay. “No man no have my receipt a road like yu, so move yu dutty bl**dcl**t and gwey. Mi never know me shoulda go pan LHH go create baptism and all a who a talk bout fight a same so if mi did go siddong and make dem beat mi over deh unu still would a r**s talk.”
Spice recently capped off a very successful summer with a thrilling performance at Reggae Sumfest, which fans lauded as one of the best of the night.
Watch Spice’s interview below.