Dancehall artiste Pamputtae has denied allegations made by talkative selector Richie Feelings that she had sexual relations with ‘Yah Suh Nice’ deejay Potential Kidd.
The allegations were made recently on Demarco’s ‘Talk Yu Mind’ reality show, and has spread like wild fire since its upload on the Internet receiving hundreds of views. Richie Feelings also questioned if Potential Kidd was the father of Pamputtae’s child.
“She never tell nobody who a har babyfather yet enuh. A one night mi a drive over Back Road and see Pamputtae and a man stay suh, and mi sey a who dat, Potential? And mi hear di man sey suh owhooi. Mi a sey#$%a yah suh nice,” the selector said.
Richie Feelings further told a story of Pamputtae alleged affair with the Potential Kidd and even said he recognised PamputtaeÕs voice, which he described as being rough.
But Pamputtae said Richie Feelings is a pathological liar. According to the Good Good deejay, she and Potential Kidd have never met before.
“Mi and Potential Kidd nuh inna no relationship like dat mi not even know Potential Kidd. A just Richie a chat up him bag a madness, him just siddung and chat foolishness. I don’t know how him come up wid dat, he is just a pathological liar and will talk certain things to make people laugh. My babyfather is a rastaman and he doesn’t even take those things serious either,” Pamputtae said.
The deejay told THE WEEKEND STAR that she contacted Richie Feelings about the allegations and they both worked out the situation amicably.
Potential Kidd’s publicist Theresa from Terriz Booking also denied that her artiste had and affiliation with Pamputtae. “He is friends with artistes but not in a relationship with any. Potential is just a cool and humble person,” she told THE WEEKEND STAR.
Pamputtae recently returned from Trinidad where she performed alongside Spice and is gearing up for a performance in Antigua. She is working with Good Youth Production, Supa Hype’s OO7 music as well as labels in Trinidad. Pumputtae recently released singles Mi Love Touch, Mud Up Mate and It’s A Good Look produced by Roderick Howell and Husband Lock.