Vybz Kartel has once again cut ties with his common-law wife\u00a0Tanesha \u2018Shorty\u2019 Johnson. According to sources close to the iconic Dancehall couple, Kartel ended their relationship for the second time since his incarceration a few weeks ago. The self-proclaimed "Worl Boss" confirmed the rumors last week when he released a new single titled "Don't Come Back" aimed at Shorty. "Gyal pack up har things, f**k you \/ Talk bout me a stale news (ouuu) \/ Gwan then but don\u2019t come back when you hear Worlboss got juice (ouuu) \/ Ungrateful b***h tododooo (ouuu) \/ Adianna and Mommy me choose (ouuu),\u201d Kartel sings in the new banger produced by his Vybz Kartel Muzik label. "Me stop tell girls bout faithful \/ \u2018Cause they will do what they want \/ But since we broke up I\u2019m so strong \/ (I got 99 problems but a b***h ain\u2019t one!)." Source says the "Fever" deejay denied Shorty from visiting him at the\u00a0University Hospital of the West Indies (UHWI) while undergoing treatment for\u00a0an apparent kidney-related ailment last month. Related: Vybz Kartel Gets Emotional After Visit From Mother Amid Health Issues Kartel also blocked her from attending the last family fun day at the Tower Street Adult Correctional Centre in August, "He has to give the okay each time someone wants to visit him in prison and for some reason, he never gave the ok for Shorty to visit him," sources said. Last year\u00a0Vybz Kartel called it quits with Shorty. While not giving too much information on the split, the Gaza deejay took to social media to confirm the breakup. \u201cME AND MI BABY MOTHER ( SHORTY) NO LONGER TOGETHER.YOU HEAR IT YASO FIRST,\u201d he wrote. Kartel\u00a0also uploaded a photo with the two saying, \u201cIt no work out.\u201d He later deleted the posts.\u00a0Kartel and Shorty share three boys together, Johnson made a promise back in 2014 that\u00a0she would wait 35-years on the deejay who is currently serving a life sentence for the murder of Clive \u201cLizard\u201d Williams. Kartel has since been granted leave to appeal, a trial is set for February 19, 2018.