Spice has chimed in on Beenie Man and Elephant Man’s ongoing beef.

The newly crowned ‘Queen of Dancehall,’ gave the Energy Gad her stamp of approval earlier this week when she uploaded a snippet from his latest diss track “Yuh Too Lie.”

“Yuh all a fight the Queen before you push Spice,” Elephant Man spits over the beat produced by Locke City Music Group.

“Elephant Man Christmas nice yah now,” Spice wrote. “I’m going supermarket from now anyone want anything?.”

Spice backing Elephant Man doesn’t come as a surprise to Dancehall fans after her recent feud with the veteran artiste last year when Beenie Man declared that the “Queen of Dancehall” was still Lady Saw.

Speaking with Onstage TV’s Winford Williams last year October about the rightful female heir to the genre’s throne.

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Beenie Man revealed that the real queen was still Lady Saw. “The Queen of Dancehall, Marion Hall is baptised, so i am here to see the next queen to come,” he said.

When asked about Spice getting the title, the “Girls Dem Sugar” deejay said while the “So Mi Like It” hit maker stepped up her work ethic to claim the throne, that’s not how you become a queen.

“If yuh guh tek Lady Saw crown, you affi do weh Lady Saw do! no disrespect,” Beenie said. “You can’t do less work and……” Beenie however agreed that Spice is now the designated queen or queen-elect but not the queen.

Meanwhile, Beenie Man and Elephant Man have been going at it since last month after the ‘King of Dancehall’ took aim at the ‘Energy God’ in his latest single titled “Our Grung.”

In the track Beenie Man shared that Elephant Man has found it difficult to produce dancing tracks since Ding Dong Ravers came on the scene, “… from Ding Dong start sing the dancing song dem Elephant doah find none,” the Doc deejays over the beat produced by Zinc House Records.

Elephant Man wasn’t feeling Beenie Man’s lyrics and recorded a gritty diss single titled “Nah Talk” in which he spoke about the veteran artiste’s alleged involvement with the murder of dancer Gerald ‘Bogle’ Levy, his past relationship with D’Angel plus a slew of other topics.

The two have released two additional songs since then, “Don’t Say Nuttin” and “Yuh Too Lie.”