Sean Paul, a Jamaican music icon, has urged Stefflon Don and Jada Kingdom to put their social media fight over Nigerian musician Burna Boy to rest.

Remember that the two have been sparring since Stefflon Don, who was recently rumored to be back together with Burna Boy, released a new song called “Dat A Dat” in which she claimed that an anonymous woman slept with her lover (Burna Boy).

She swiftly responded to Stefflon Don, knowing Burna Boy’s supposed connection with Jada Kingdom.

The social media feud erupted when Stefflon posted an “obituary” photo of Jada on her Instagram profile.

Sean Paul however weighed in on the dispute, urging Stefflon Don and Jada Kingdom to set a “better example” for Jamaica’s reputation.

On his Instagram profile, he wrote in Jamaican patois:

“Lead the way morally 4 the fam. Men get heated. How can we calm down if yall doing dat 2?“

“2 beautiful black women. Live beta. Set a beta example pls. 4 the culture mah beg uno. 4 the kids. 4 the younger females. @stefflondon @jadakingdom done talk.”

Stefflon Don responded in the comments section, saying, “It’s not that serious.” Trust me. “Just some fun.”

Sean Paul declined, saying:

“@stefflondon not 4 my likkle daughter Steff. Longtime mi got love fi u a Jada. She likes ur songs. C’mon, mi mah lead her so. Truss.”