“There is no authenticity in her song, the rhythm is not even original. She is singing about her fantasy and I don’t see me playing that song. It can damage your character and cause backlash. Females have requested the song, but I tell them not while Bishop Escobar is playing,” Bishop Escobar told The Star.
According to Carlington Wilmot, producer of KipRich’s song No Eating Rights under his label Wilmot Records, “some artistes have to realise that when controversy got you out then you have to keep being controversial, so I guess she is going that route now. KipRich’s song is representing for the man dem weh know that they stay healthy by working out so they know how to satisfy their women without having to do certain things. It’s not every woman want oral sex.”
“You have to send a clear message, we can’t mek dem mash up wi music, suh mi a fight fire wid fire. Some things yu see in the world, don’t bring it in dancehall. We can’t allow her to mislead the kids and I have a daughter so no bumpa inna face. Mi nah fake nothing, mi a be real and buss it for rights. ” Prince Pin said.
In the meantime, Ishawna has still been getting an enormous of amount of support from her fan base. She also recently uploaded a video to Instagram with the following caption…
“When dem seh your song nah go ever play in parties. Who vex? I love my fans,”