Sean Paul says there will be no Verzuz battle with him and Shaggy.The Grammy-winning artiste has been vocal on his views about Dancehall clash culture, stating that popular events like Sting is crippling the industry by promoting \u201cslavery mentality\u201d. Speaking during a candid interview with DJ Epps, Sean Paul said spoke to Shaggy about the possibility of the clash and already told him that he wouldn\u2019t do it.\u201cMe and him have spoken. He asked me about it and I told him \u2018No bro. I ain\u2019t going up\u2019,\u201d SP told DJ Epps.However the 'Temperature' deejay said he was proud of Beenie Man and Bounty Killer's historic Verzuz battle which showcased the genre to millions across the world. \u201cI like to watch Bounty and Beenie and Snoop and DMX and many more who went that way. For me this whole thing is weird, this whole online thing. I like crowd. It gives me more juices up here when I see them. It ain\u2019t battling, but I just don\u2019t like it."Sean Paul double down on calling the clash culture \u201cslavery mentality\u201d, during a follow-up interview with the Jamaica Star.\u201cI start realising that this is a negative energy. It not really benefiting me, it just getting my mind against my own people.\u201d Even as fans have urged him to \u2018Do it for the Culture\u2019, Paul said that people had to realize that every culture shares both negative and positive aspects.\u201cOver the years, I\u2019ve been kinda sussing out in the brain about why I feel so weird sometimes when I see and hear a clash \u2026 yeah it\u2019s exciting , but is it always exciting in a good way? There is always this feeling of horror or terror when my DJ or sound system was being beaten up, and it hurt me, and mek me as a fan feel angry. So when yuh suss it out in yuh brain, this don\u2019t feel right to me yuh nuh, even though the energy is crazy,\u201d he added.Sean Paul added clashing is one of the major players for Dancehall being stagnant, \u201cIt come a point where I recognize it as the reason why the music is not going forward. Our fans are divided. When I put out a song with Alkaline, his fans will say, \u2018Yow, Alkaline a di man\u2019, but they don\u2019t say a thing about me on the record, or about DJ Frass production. Other producers will say, \u2018it alright\u2019.\u201d \u201cWe perpetuate these things over and over to the next generation so much so that it\u2019s all some of the younger players know. This leaves space for people to do our music and call it their own without giving us the proper props we deserve and keep kids who are not even doing music in a divided state of mind. Time for us to work together and build and storm the world like we should because we are that dope,\u201d he continued.