And is a tradition that continues today, especially worn during the Independence holidays honouring local #talent and #ingenuity, from #poets and #performers to #entertainers and #musicians, all a part of the #JamaicanCulture expressed in song and dance. “Nuh dish towel cyaa diss Miss Lou… big up gal weh can read and write and these things,” Kitty said. Ishawna was on Instagram Live over the weekend when her fans asked her about Miss Kitty’s remarks and the dancehall diva pushed back saying, “Miss Kitty say mi dunce? Alright, that’s cute but her body wan do, her body wan do over, a that she should worry about,” Ishawna said. Ishawna continues to get a lot of bashing for her comments about Jamaican icon Miss Lou and now Miss Kitty is being drawn into the fold. #ReggaeSumfest #ReggaeSumfest2017 #OurMusicOurCulture #OurMusic #Celebrating25Years #OOTN #WhatIWore #HowdyAndTenki
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#Ishawna hits back at #MissKitty dissing her at #ReggaeSumfest2017. “Mi nuh dress inna tablecloth like Miss Lou #RipMissLou,” she wrote. “She is suppose to wear it the bandana.”
Celebrating the Jamaican working women in the Madras cloth, also called the Bandana. Did you know the #Bandana was worn as a mark of #pride and distinction, particularly among market vendors? Earlier this month, Ishawna came under fire among dancehall fans for disrespecting Miss Lou on her Instagram profile. Read Full Story On #TheTropixs.com (Link In Bio) (Video: @kingmixup)
A post shared by Tropixs (@thetropixs) on Jul 23, 2017 at 9:25am PDT Since then several local celerbities and politicians have spoken out against her including media personality Khadine “Miss Kitty” Hylton aka Fluffy Diva.