Queen Ifrica Supports Tanya Stephens and Bashes Sexual Predators in Interview – Video

Veteran female reggae singer Queen Ifrica who is the daughter of veteran Jamaican artiste Derrick Morgan sat down with Anthony Miller of Entertainment Report to talk about her musical career, her family and also the issue in society of men praying on females for sexual pleasure or otherwise.

In the interview, Ifrica points out that she was molested “many times” from as early as she could remember, even from people close to her.

She also recalls her first hit song “Dady don’t touch me there” which was banned however it opened a lot of persons’ eyes on the things that are happening in or society.

Watch her telling interview below.



Fellow veteran female dancehall artiste Macka Diamond also took to social media days ago to detail her experience of being beaten brutally by a top dancehall male artiste.

According to Queen Ifrica, we live in a predator’s paradise, she went on to state, “Big up yo self Tanya Stephens anyweh you deh mi girl done know mi feel yo energy”.

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