Shenseea Fires Shots At London On Da Track's BM On New Freestyle

Shenseea still wants all the smoke with Eboni Ivori.

BYAron A.
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Shenseaa found herself engaging in a war of words with the mother of London On Da Track’s child. Eboni Ivori came through with some serious accusations in late 2022 when she alleged Shenseea’s son acted inappropriately with her daughter. Though she didn’t detail exactly what went wrong, she demanded that the artist and her son stay away from her. “Shenseea, you and your little nasty son stay away from my daughter," she posted on Instagram Story.  "Shenseea, you need to talk to your son and take him to therapy before he grows up and gets into real trouble."

The cause of the rift remains unclear, though it continued to spur reactions on both sides. London On Da Track chimed in on Twitter before Shenseea issued a cease-and-desist order preventing Ivori from speaking on her or her son. The document demanded that she stops “engaging in the lawful and abusive behavior” towards the Jamaican singer and “issue an apology.” In response, Ivori said that she had no reason to apologize, especially when she claims it was Shenseea and her son who were in the wrong.

Shenseea Responds On Wax

Though Shenseea and London On Da Track have ended their relationship, Shenseea still had more smoke in the chamber. On Wednesday, she dropped off her “Locked Up Freestyle” over Akon’s iconic record. Though Shenseea came through with another show-stopping verse, she squeezed in a few bars that seem to be directed towards Ivori. “Hard fi hold my tongue, sorry, I'm just a mom/ Tell di baby mother mi will go a jail fi mi son,” she raps.

Shenseea’s shots seemingly came out of nowhere, especially since this issue hasn’t necessarily surfaced online since December. Perhaps, that’s partially due to the cease-and-desist. However, the document didn’t necessarily indicate that Ivori couldn’t share her opinion on Shenseea’s music. Shortly after the song dropped, Ivori appeared to be unfazed by the diss, writing, “Can’t rap booo,” along with five tomato emojis. Perhaps, this will be the end of their back-and-forth. Check out Shenseea’s “Locked Up Freestyle” above and check out Eboni Ivori’s response below. Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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