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‘She Too Bad,’ Popcaan Outs Car Thief On Instagram


Popcaan took to Instagram, in a now-deleted post, to appeal to his followers to help him find a woman who stole a car at a Kingston 8 address where he kept a party recently.

The Dancehall artiste’s post read: “Black Nissan Juke stolen by the female in this picture from a prominent guesthouse in the Kingston 8 area this morning around 5. Whoever know this girl, tell her just return the car!!! She too bad!! no sah.”

Jada Kingdom commented that she saw the woman at the party and was wondering why she seemed so “off”

“Wow lol i saw her there enuh and mi seh why da gyal yah ah move so off! Waaaw!!!”

Popcaan responded to Jada, saying: “she did well take seat like she a artist.”

In the video, a woman dressed in black walked casually up to the black Nissan, enters the car, and drives off the premises.

Even though Popcaan deleted the video, his sister Annalecia, more popularly known as Unruly Squid, made a couple of posts about the incident.

In one, she shared a photo of who is believed to be the alleged car thief. “Help us find this supmn unruly peeps get on this fi mi deh!!!!!!” the caption read.

Popcaan, along with Masicka and Jada Kingdom, were at a party at the Kingston 8 location for the launch of Popcaan’s mixtape called FIXTAPE that came out Friday.  Fans joined the party via Instagram Live.

The mixtape featured Drake, PARTYNEXTDOOR, French Montana, and collaborations with Jamaican artistes like Tommy Lee Sparta, Jada Kingdom, and Masicka.

The mixtape has been getting very positive reviews since it’s released and it’s available on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Music, and several other streaming platforms.

Three of the songs from the mixtape are currently trending on YouTube Jamaica. UNDA DIRT, the collaboration with Masicka and Tommy Lee is trending at #3, SUH ME LUV IT featuring Jada Kingdom is trending at #7 and TWIST & TURN featuring Drake & PARTYNEXTDOOR is trending at #12.


Source: Dancehallmag

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