Shauna Chyn is defender her music about rape and prostitution whereas saying there’s a double normal in dancehall.
Shauna Chyn has been getting some warmth in dancehall ever since she launched her new single “Suicide.” “You can’t f*** me totally free, free f*** a rape,” she sings on the observe. Speaking with Winford Williams on OnStage final weekend, Chyn addressed the backlash saying that people are simply nitpicking a couple of traces within the music and never getting the broader message.
“I feel folks simply received the unsuitable opinion as a result of they didn’t hearken to the music phrase for phrase,” Chyn mentioned. “When you’re singing it need to have a storyline, so if that they had pay attention the story and what it was saying then they might’ve gotten the appropriate opinion. Now I can’t cease anyone from having their opinion, but it surely’s not saying about promoting intercourse.”
“It’s about mainly saying that in the event you’re going to be in a relationship with somebody and you must go on the market go beg one other man that will help you do sure issues, it don’t make no sense having the connection,” she continues. “The purpose why persons are doing this and making it an enormous deal is as a result of the bias mainly so it doesn’t actually have an effect on me actually.”
Shauna Chyn added that the phrase “rape” was only a phrase she injected within the music presumably as a result of she couldn’t discover one other phrase. She additionally pointed to well-known male dancehall artists who’ve prior to now mentioned comparable issues in songs however didn’t get the identical backlash. “Bounty Killer come out and say one jook and him give a lady KFC, I don’t see them cursing him, I see Shabba Ranks come out and say if a person need it him need to pay down on it, Terry Ganzie say whosoever will might come take the cash earlier than you lay down, it’s simply because it’s a feminine saying it,” Chyna added.