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Controversial Dancehall Artiste, Shatta Wale who from recent times took to ‘beefing’ other industrial big artistes like Yaa Pono, Stonebwoy etc. is here again; this time throwing jabs on upcoming  and underground dance hall artistes.

The SM for Life manager who is known to prow like wounded lion on any critics (artistes, media, individual, and non-fan) who dares his brand, militant or movement sends this big shot to one upcoming dancehall artiste by the name Addi Bilion and other underground dancehall musicians.

Addi Bilion also known as SUS is an upcoming reggae/dancehall musician who currently released two trending songs, ‘Warrior’ and ‘Evergreen’ .

Over the weekend he attacked (dissed) Captan , A proclaimed artiste and militant of the Shatta Movement Family who is currently trending with Shatta’s featured song ‘taking over’.

Addi Bilion in his new song ‘Scare them’ , packaged a ‘diss’ to Captan, lyrically emphasizing how Captan is one kind of artiste who is selfish, non-talented and a snitch.

This song with its comments by Addi Bilion directing towards the SM4Life millitants became a rumble of commotion trending on Facebook only to be pounced on by the SM for Lyf boss serving a cold comment and warning to Addi Bilion as well as other Underground dancehall artiste.

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‘’My guy I hv heard the song and its shit, you youths of today think the cheap lyrics you write is what u call dancehall ryt and I dream I don’t need idiots to fight my clique..what sense does it make when u diss my militant and u say u support the SM brand, P**sy!’’

[DOWNLOAD] Scare them ( Captan Diss ) -Addi Bilion

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