Rumours are swirling that the comments made by Pamputtae on the CVM television’s morning show were geared at the hot, new female dancehall sensation Shenseea.
Pamputtae entered the dancehall scene in 2006 when she did the intro for Tony Matterhorn song “Goodas Fi Dem.” Prior to her entry into the dancehall arena, her life was marred by sadness. Her mother died when she was ten years’ old. So, she was left in the care of her sister and grandmother. Pamputtae’s sister and grandmother also died shortly after her mother; thus, she had to start working from the age of twelve to support herself.
Pamputtae rocked the music industry as the fluffy flexible artiste who can compete with any slim girl on the dance floor. At the inception of her career, She was told her weight would be a hindrance for her in the music industry. She has proved her critics wrong. Over the years she has enjoyed collaborations with other artistes such as Spice and QQ.
Pamputtae recent statement on CVM at Sunrise has raised a few eyebrows and fingers are pointing at Shenseea.
Shenseea is one of the hottest rising dancehall sensation who only started hitting the airwaves last year. Shenseea has garnered a triple threat, and became the attention of the dancehall fraternity; after she recently won 3 awards at the Youth View Awards. She nailed the awards for the Favourite Music Collaboration with Vybz Kartel, Breakout Celebrity of the Year, Young Hot and Hype in the female category.
Sheneesa successful single “Loodi” with Vybz Kartel has is receiving substantial approval from fans. Listen song below:
The gossip lines have been hot saying Shenseea cannot deliver during her live performances similarly to how she sings on her tracks and might have been the reason behind Pamputtae’s comments which are below:
Dem nuh ready yet, and dem a force, dem pan the people dem. And dem wan block out real talent like me.
Pure autotune pan dem voice, dem nuh ready fi stage, dem just nuh ready, and dem just a force dem on.
From you see mi you see Dancehall, from you hear mi you hear Dancehall.
Pamputtae on CVM at Sunrise interview below: