The Tropixs (Montego Bay, Jamaica) Squash is ready to settle his beef with Alkaline on stage.Squash is willing to settle all arguments in his ongoing feud with fellow Dancehall artiste Alkaline with a clash.According to the Squash's manager, Junior 'Heavy D' Fraser, his artiste has no problems with settling the lyrical war on a stage, however, he is not convinced Alkaline is willing to do the same."I think, at the end of the day, Squash woulda willing fi go pon stage with him, but I don't think Alkaline woulda willing fi go," Heavy D claimed in a recent interview with The Star.Heavy D would go on say "Mi nuh think him (Alkaline) woulda ever go pon a Sting stage go dweet, no matter who a di other person him a go clash with, him nah go think they are an opposition."The former Sting co-promoter went on to say that the clash area has changed significantly in the last few years, as it has moved from the stage to social media, which he believes benefits some artistes more than others."When you're on stage clashing, some of the things weh you use online yuh cyan seh that onstage cause yaa go get boo," he said. "If yuh seh something wrong bout somebody mother, sister or brother, it can go two ways; yuh can either get a big 'forward' or big boo, depending on what you say. So it end up seh you can get weh wid it online, but not on stage."Frazer's comments come just days after veteran Dancehall selector Ricky Trooper claimed the new wave of Dancehall artistes were nothing more than "cowards" and "Instagram badman," who are afraid to take their rivalries to a stage like previous generations."The man dem just deh pon social media and a give it to one another and a drop song, but when dem fi physically go and deal with it dem nah do it, so mi call dem coward. Mi naw talk bout Squash and Alkaline alone, look pon all di Masicka war dem, and all dem war deh a come dung. Anytime two a dem a beef, and di time come now fi dem deh pon a show, is like dis yah man nah tek di show wid di next man\u2026" Trooper claimed.