Last week the dancehall entertainer Ishawna triggered public backlash for a social media post which had the caption – “Mi nuh dress inna tablecloth like Miss Lou.”

The post, which was shared on the popular photo-sharing platform Instagram also included the hashtag “#RipMissLou”.

Since then, Ishawna has been receiving a severe tongue lashing from many Jamaicans, both locally and overseas via various social media platforms.

Another well known female entertainer has now publicly shared her views on the controversial comment.

In a social media post seemingly directed at Ishawna’s critics, Tanya Stephens said “Jamaicans really need to stop mandating their self-imposed limitations.”

In the post, Stephens also asked persons condemning Ishawna to share an image of themselves dressing like ‘Miss Lou’ and a video of themselves reciting one of the icon’s poems.


Jamaicans really need to stop mandating their self imposed limitations.

A post shared by Tanya Stephens (@tanyastephensofficial) on


(Top left) Miss Lou, (Bottom Left) Tanya Stephens, and Ishawna.

         



                     

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Last week the dancehall entertainer Ishawna triggered public backlash for a social media post which had the caption - “Mi nuh dress inna tablecloth like Miss Lou.”The post, which was shared on the popular photo-sharing platform Instagram also included the hashtag “#RipMissLou”.Since then, Ishawna has been receiving a severe tongue lashing...

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