“Mi nuh dress inna tablecloth like Miss Lou,” Ishawna wrote. “#RipMissLou,” she added.
Since then she has received backlash from fans and including Miss Kitty who addressed the comment at Reggae Sumfest 2017 on Dancehall Night.
“Nuh dish towel cyaa diss Miss Lou… big up gal weh can read and write and these things,” Kitty told the audience.
Now Miss Kitty has garnered support from a well-known member of parliament Liss Hanna.
“Agreed @fluffymisskitty Throwback November 1993” Lisa Hanna captioned on her Instagram next to a 1993 picture of her wearing the bandana clothing.
“Remember I have most of my clothes made in Jamaica and I actually still wear the Bandana a lot. I use it to make scarves, hand bags, blouses. If you scroll through you’ll spot it. Some of you might even remember while I was Minister of Culture I brought back Festival Fashion with “Bandana wid demim ketch the festival Riddim” Hanna captioned in another post.
Remember I have most of my clothes made in Jamaica and I actually still wear the Bandana a lot. I use it to make scarves, hand bags, blouses. If you scroll through you'll spot it. Some of you might even remember while I was Minister of Culture I brought back Festival Fashion with "Bandana wid demim ketch the festival Riddim" It can be used in very fashion forward ways to be very classy and sophisticated. Quite a few of our fabric stores down town have the different colours and textures. It's all in your perspective… #GetCreative #FittedDenimJumpsuit #BandanaScarf #MadeInJamaica
Ishawna had, however, respond to Miss. Kitty during an Instagram live interaction with her fans.
“Mi a stress dem all Summer 2017, dem a throw shade but dem still cyaa shine……,” she told fans. “Miss Kitty say mi dunce? Alright, that’s cute her body wan do…. her body wan do over, a that she fi guh worry bout…”
“She suppose to wear bandana, mi seh no table cloth a that mi seh, mi nuh really response.” Ishawna added.