Sean Paul Responds to the Drama Involving Stefflon Don and Jada Kingdom

Sean Paul, the renowned Jamaican music icon, has stepped in to mediate the ongoing social media feud between Stefflon Don and Jada Kingdom over Nigerian musician Burna Boy.

The dispute began when Stefflon Don released the song “Dat A Dat,” alleging an anonymous woman’s involvement with her partner, Burna Boy, sparking a heated exchange on social media.


Addressing the situation on his Instagram on Wednesday, January 10, 2024, Sean Paul urged both artists to set a better example and positively contribute to Jamaica’s reputation. In Jamaican patois, he emphasized the importance of leading morally for the sake of family, culture, and younger generations, stating, “Lead the way morally for the fam.

Men get heated. How can we calm down if y’all doing that too? Two beautiful black women, live better, set a better example, please, for the culture. For the kids. For the younger females. @stefflondon @jadakingdom, done talk.”

Stefflon Don brushed off the feud, saying, “It’s not that serious. Trust me. Just some fun.” Meanwhile, Sean Paul urged for a better cultural example, stressing their impact on younger females. His intervention injects a voice of reason into the social media clash, underscoring the significance of responsible behavior and positive role modeling.

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