Fully Bad is taking direct aim at Popcaan and the Unruly camp with his latest diss track titled “Nuh Unruly.”
On Friday the “Wul Dem Deh” dropped the gritty track labeling Popcaan and his Unruly camp as cartoon characters.
In the song, Fully bad warns his rival that he would “run yuh offa di gully wid di whole a yuh thugs”.
However, the standout line was an eye-raising claim that Popcaan was the victim of extortion. According to Fully Bad, the Unruly Boss is forced to pay $3 million monthly to his former mentor Vybz Kartel.
“Extortion from who mi nuh grow as no punk, Poppy haffi run three mill pon Worl’ boss every month,” he trolls in the track.
The hardcore diss track has earned the approval of many including Fully Bad’s former manager Foota Hype.
On Tuesday Foota Hype took to Instagram calling out his former artist’s weak attempt on his previous track “Another Duppy”. During the Live, the self-proclaimed viral king called for a stronger effort from his former protege.
“Suh today, Tuesday by 12 a clack tomorrow, wi suppose to a hear song yuh nuh Fully. Anyweh di studio deh, yuh fi find it yuh nuh. And deal with di whole Unruly, caw di boss come inna uh DM an style yuh,” he declared.
However, it seems Fully Bad’s new effort has earned his approval as Foota took to Instagram to teased the album art. He captioned the post, “Alright this look like @fullybadmusic ready fi kick eeen the unruly camp face lyrically.”
Fully Bad’s beef with the Unruly camp began when Popcaan’s affiliate Petro labeled him a ‘fish’ on Instagram. Petro made the comments during a Live with fellow Unruly member and artiste Quada. However, Fully Bad quickly replied to the jab saying: “A yuh boss a fish, none a unu nuh unruly.”
Popcaan got involved in the squabble after sending the deejay a warning in an Instagram private message. “Youth know yo likkle bleach out self, member a me give you the name fullybad a unruly clash, a me first start give you energy, don’t bright yo b—t self wid me, don’t tag me inna unu likkle kids thing”.
Listen to the track below.