Dancehall Queen Spice got some heat from boyfriend Justin Budd for his well-known dancehall stage antics, as a recent episode of Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta (LHHATL).
On Thursday, the docu-soap franchise shared a clip from the episode and asked its subscribers, “How would you approach this situation if you were in Spice’s shoes?”
Justin, a member of the LHHATL production team who occasionally appears on the show with Spice, said he felt a sort of feeling about his “grinding and dancing” with other men during. her performances and now that she is no longer single, she needs to “watch what she does” in the future.
In the previously recorded clip, the new couple discussed the next phase of their “pandemic relationship” when Spice finally returns to the stage. âI love being Grace at home, but right now I’m ready to ditch Grace Hamilton for Spice the performer,â she said.
But knowing all too well how steamy and crass his choreography can get, Spice wanted to prepare Justin for what was to come.
Spice’s new boo (and member of the LHH production team) Justin tells him that he gets some kind of feeling about being on stageâ¦
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The Send it The singer began: âYou know, I’m about to hit the road. I know we have a pandemic relationship, but sooner or later I’ll have to take that black wig off and go back to the blue haired girl, Spice!
As Budd tried to figure out what she meant by a ‘pandemic relationship,’ Spice continued, ‘We started last year during all of COVID but now things are about to change and I want to make sure that we are ready and prepared for this change.
Budd then replied, “Well, you know, I knew the time would come someday, but you know I would never want to see you grind, dance with nobody else.”
Completely ignoring Spice’s very loud sigh, he added, “I know your music art is very sexually provocative and it makes me feel a certain type sometimes, you know.”
Spice, who was apparently blinded by the comment, said, âWhat do you mean? “
“What I mean is you with someone now, you’re not single anymore so I’m telling you, you have to be careful what you do.” Lower your tone, Budd snapped.
In her confessional scene, Spice admitted that was the last thing she wanted to hear because she doesn’t want anything that keeps her from being the great artist she knows she is.
If you know anything about QOD, you know she and her dancers turn things up 100% in a performance. From impy-skimpy outfits, provocative dance moves impossible to picky and winning men on stage, fans are sure to get their money’s worth.
Back on stage with Budd, she told him, âYou can’t make me feel like I have to look at myself on stage. I give my fans everything, “but he cut it off to say,” It shows me what’s important to you. “
Back in his confessional, Spice told the audience: âTo be honest, he knew who I was before we got together. He already knew that I was the queen of dancehall, the ‘queen of the stage’, so I can’t just take that away from my fans and say, “okay, I can’t be too Spice anymore. I’m going to cut some of the seasoning and drop some of my flavor.”
Things between the two then heated up a bit, for Budd, Spice’s victory on stage is too empowering, “It’s f @ #% music for me” he said but she’s not. had not at all had.
âBut mi haffi vin!â she cried. âI do Dancehall musicâ¦ It’s not f @ #% Justin! It’s not bump and f @ # king. It’s just a dance, it’s just a dance!
Budd then told him that he never imagined being with someone he had to watch wine with with other guys on stage. “Look, my fantasy wasn’t to be with someone I had to watch dance with $ # @!” ” he said
Spice was just at a loss for words at this point and stormed out of the room, âIt’s like a low blow right there. I don’t know, she said as she walked out the door.