“Set a better example, 4 the younger females” – Sean Paul warns Stefflon Don, Jada Kingdom about Burna Boy

Jamaican music legend Sean Paul has urged Jada Kingdom and Stefflon Don to end their current online feud over Nigerian musician Burna Boy.

Recall that ever since Stefflon Don – who recently reconciled with Burna Boy – released a new song titled “Dat A Dat,” in which she suggested that a mysterious lady had slept with her boyfriend (Burna Boy), the two have been belittling each other.

However, she immediately replied to Stefflon Don because she knew about Burna Boy's alleged relationship with Jada Kingdom.

When Stefflon posted a photo of Jada on her Instagram profile with the caption “Obituary,” the social media controversy intensified.

But Sean Paul agreed to the disagreement and asked Jada Kingdom and Stefflon Don to set a “better example.”

On his Instagram profile he wrote in Jamaican patois:

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“Take moral charge 4 the fam. Men get heated. How can we calm down if you two do that?

“Two beautiful black women. Live beta. Set up a beta preview, pls. 4 the culture mah beg uno. 4 the children. 4 the younger females. @stefflondon @jadakingdom done talking.”

Stefflon Don responded in the comments section, saying, “It's not that serious.” Believe me. “Just some fun.”

Sean Paul refused, saying:

“@stefflondon is not my sweet daughter Steff. I have had love for you and Jada for a long time. She likes your songs. Come on, mi mah lead her like this. Truss.”

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