Prominent Dancehall deejay, Sheldon “Aidonia” Lawrence has suggested that Vybz Kartel is “hurt” by Corey Todd’s departure; responding to a Blackberry Broadcast Message “Di Teacha” sent out recently, questioning Corey Todd’s newest recruits.
A few weeks ago, Kartel sent out a BB message criticizing Todd & his recent recruits (notably Aidonia & Beenie Man) just hours after former Portmore Empire producer, Ainsley “Notnice” Morris, in collaboration with Todd unveiled the Takeover Riddim. Kartel intimated that, “When me and Corey did a link, dem artiste deh did a bun out me AND COREY. When me and Corey stop link, dem same artiste deh run in gone sign up and line up. Man we f**k dem fi likes and riches cause dem a some shameless b****es. Das why people haffi rate me all when dem hate me cause me always be me - VYBZ KARTEL(#real talk).” The Takeover Riddim also features former Vybz Kartel protégés, Ryno with “Sick,” Lisa Hyper with “Stick a Pin,” JahVinci with “Caah Kill Me,” & Doza Medicine with “Nuh Fear Dem.”
Aidonia has now responded to Kartel’s allegations; implying that Kartel feels hurt that Corey severed ties with him & that he’s upset let such a successful business partnership dissolve. "Kartel is just hurt, that is all it is. He let a great opportunity slip through his fingers and he is just hurt. I have never called Corey Todd's name in a song, and furthermore, I have known Corey Todd from his days when he used to do Pimp Juice and that was about the same time as when Kartel met him as well. So Kartel is just hurt,” Aidonia explained via press release.
Aidonia signed a management deal with Corey Todd last month; immediately becoming the focal point of Todd’s marketing campaign for his new, Yaad Stout drink. Additionally the “Summer Sun” deejay has teamed with Beenie Man to help endorse Todd’s Yaad Swag liquor brand. Todd has also signed Khago to a management deal & even enlisted the services of internet sensation, Clifton “Clif-Twang” Brown to endorse the Yaad Swag brand in song, with his debut single, “Wat If Mi Frass,” featuring Alloby.
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