Queen of the Dancehall, Spice has accepted Lisa Hyper’s apology, officially ending a 12-year feud between the two Dancehall artistes.

Hyper yesterday issued an apology to Spice on Instagram but was unable to tag the singer. The two had a falling out in a beef that dates back to 2009, when Hyper, then named Hype, traded disses with Spice in songs titled, The Truth and Draw Me Out.

However, it seems 2020 is the year of healing as not only did Spice accept Lisa Hyper’s apology, she also unblocked the Hot Long Time singer on the social media platform before apologizing for her part in the feud.

“Apology accepted. And I’d like to apologize to you too because, at the end of the day, the disrespect wasn’t one-sided,” said Spice on IG on Thursday.

“I too retaliated towards you in my diss song in a very derogatory manner. I can tag you now because I just unblocked you after 10 years. Wow, den a so mi keep malice long,” added the So Mi Like It singer who used an embarrassed emoji.

In the lengthy post, Spice added that she believed it took a lot from Hyper to issue an apology, and she respected that. She said that she thought they would have had an even greater influence on dancehall if they had stayed friends.

See her entire post below:

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@lisa_hyper Apology accepted ‼️and I’d like to apologize to you too, because at the end of the day the disrespect wasn’t one sided. I too retaliated towards you in my diss song in a very derogatory manner. I can tag you now because I just unblocked you after 10 years 😳 WOW (den a so mi keep malice long) 😫 Big up yuh self , a public apology takes humility so I respect your bold move. Besides we were younger and I know you were misled by a demon in human form in which I’m sure if our friendship had continued we would have been a greater force to reckon working together, but Fun and jokes aside, life is way too short and too much happening around us especially in these times for us to be carrying on disdain. I have no contempt towards you in fact I believe you are extremely talented and I wish you great success in this male dominated business. We both share something in common #GAZAFORLIFE 💙✊🏿

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-Dancehall Mag