In 2003, Beyonce and Sean Paul collaborated on a massive hit dubbed ‘Baby Boy’.
That song is one that Beyonce constantly performs in all her concerts, and one thing to point out is that you will never see Sean Paul joining her on stage.
At the MTV VMA’s, Sean Paul was seated in the audience as Beyonce performed the song, and fans started a conspiracy theory that Jay Z never allows male artistes to physically join Beyonce because he is jealous.
The Jamaican and dancehall artiste revealed why he never gets to perform alongside Beyonce for this huge hit song.
— Sean Paul (@duttypaul) September 13, 2018
During an interview on the Too Live Crew, Action & the Burgerman radio show in Jamaica recently, Sean Paul was asked how he felt after the shows host said he didn’t like the events abotu the collabo.
Sean’s commentary, courtesy of DanceHallMag.com, is in patois, a language difficult for many to understand.
“Yuh si weh you seh? You neva feel comfortable. Me neva feel comfortable needa, but mi jus use my diplomacy all di while an guh roun any likkle obstacle weh me have inna life,” he said.
Burgerman then told the dancehall star that he didn’t think Jay-Z wanted him around Beyoncé, which Sean did not exactly deny. He said there was some kind of tension, but he respected the partnership.
“Yes, to me that was something that was apparent at the time,” he replied. “Wi know that artistry is artistry suh a nuh everytime dem ting deh gwan.”