Rumours have been circulating on the Internet that deejay Aidonia’s most recently released song, ‘Mac 90’ is a diss aimed at former mentor Vybz Kartel.
Yesterday, the song, Mac 90, on the Israel rhythm was released on the Internet on sites such as www.youtube.com, among others. On YouTube, the song is listed as a ‘Kartel Diss,’ with persons commenting on the references they believe were made at the Portmore Empire leader.
Kartel and Aidonia are both former members of the Alliance, the latter known for referring to Kartel as ‘Addi Mi Daddy’ in several songs. Speculations, however, have been going on for months that the relationship between the two had turned sour. In an interview with THE STAR in July, Aidonia announced that he now has no allegiance to anyone but his JOP crew saying, “No Alliance, no ‘Gaza’, no ‘Plaza’, no ‘Gully’; JOP a dat me seh.” The deejay did admit that the two were no longer as close as one time.
the real Lord Evil
In a song, Rifle Shot, previously released on the Israel rhythm, Kartel is believed to have taken aim at Aidonia, referring to himself as ‘the real Lord Evil’. Throughout various songs released this year, Aidonia has been using the moniker ‘Lord Evil’ to describe himself.
In Mac 90 Aidonia responds, “a one man name Lord Evil an dat a me, your name a evil freak.” Aidonia also makes repeated references to the ‘devil’, Kartel has referred to himself as ‘the devil’ in a number of songs.
A few weeks earlier, Aidonia raised a few eyebrows with his song Art of War, where he made reference to “some bwoy wid dem tongue bore … can’t call me jerky.” The song was released after rumours were going around that Kartel had his tongue pierced, which the deejay later denied.
Aidonia’s Mac 90 is the second song to be released on the Israel rhythm without the producer, the Gully affiliated DJ Frass’ consent. Over the weekend in a controversial move, Kartel voiced Rifle Shot which not only appeared to be throwing words at Aidonia, but took direct shots at singjay Mavado discussing the invitation he made to attend his birthday bash.
When THE STAR spoke to DJ Frass, while commenting that he did not want Kartel to voice on the rhythm, he said the same of Aidonia and any member of his JOP crew.
Frass explained to THE STAR that Aidonia’s camp had made efforts to contact him about voicing on the rhythm but he was unwilling to voice the deejay, calling the deejay a “traitor”.
THE STAR, however, was not successful in getting a comment from Aidonia on the matter. When contacted, his brother and manager, Lav said the deejay was in studio.
‘Some bwoy wid dem tongue bore … can’t call me jerky.’
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