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Stacious, Lisa Hype trade diss songs on Mon Dec 14, 2009 3:00 pm

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by the jamaican star .com
Sadeke Brooks, Staff Reporter


( l - r ) Stacious, Lisa Hype Contributed



It seems another Gully-Gaza feud might be brewing. This time it is between Portmore Empire's Lisa Hype and Stacious, who is a new member of the Gully squad.

Last week, Stacious did a song called Head on the Hang Over rhythm. The song says, "Some gal go do di ting and mek di world find out/ Mi want to get ahead inna life mi nah give none." She further stated that she would not perform fellatio on any man.

According to Stacious, "The song is basically talking about women that 'have up di good good'."

However, the song seemed to ruffled Lisa Hype's feathers as she responded a few days later with Di Ansa. In that song, she thrashes Stacious and accuses her of being a hypocrite and a liar.

Lisa Hype was recently the subject of much discourse about a month ago when a picture surfaced on the Internet of her performing oral sex on a man.

However, Stacious said Head was not about Lisa Hype.

"I didn't discriminate against any woman who gets involved in any form of oral activity, neither did I call her (Lisa Hype) name," she told THE STAR.

As a result, Stacious said she merely laughed when she heard the counteraction to her song.

"It funny so mi haffi ansa her back. Is just a rhyming thing she deh pon so mi nuh tek it serious," she said, while noting that it is Lisa Hype's choice if she wants to take the lyrical exchanges seriously.


No Freak

But Stacious' latest song, No Freak, uses very graphic language to insult Lisa Hype. She also stresses that what Lisa Hype accuses her of is false and there is no physical evidence.

Not even a day after that song reached the Internet, Lisa Hype hit back yet again with another song called Dutty Gully Gal, in which she too used some very distasteful language.

However, when THE STAR spoke to Stacious recently, she said she had not heard Lisa's latest effort.

However, Stacious said the focus was not on a lyrical war. "I have other songs that I am promoting at this point," she said.

As for a clash between them, Stacious said, "Let's see what happens." She explained that they will not clash at Sting on December 26, as she is booked for Pepsi TeenSplash that will be held on the same day in St Mary.

And she is still uncertain whether or not she would respond to Lisa Hype if another diss song is done, nor is she certain if she will face off on-stage with Lisa Hype at any show.

THE STAR tried to contact Lisa Hype for a comment but her mobile phones went unanswered.









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