Aidonia’s “Yeah Yeah” Grips Dancehall Cops Says Song Threatens Public Safety

Aidonia‘s new hit single “Yeah Yeah” is making cops nervous and are calling for dancehall fans to use caution when listening to the song. Just last weekend, Aidonia uploaded a video on Instagram showing a conductor hanging outside of a bus dancing while the song is being played in the moving vehicle. #aidonia #yeahyeah is going to get people killed ?? The 4thGenna deejay released the song last month and already it’s one of the biggest singles in dancehall this summer. A post shared by DancehallHipHop (@dancehallhiphop) on Aug 14, 2017 at 2:09pm PDT “Di tune have a mad vibe… just make u want do bay madness,” one fan said. It’s one of the most requested songs in parties and street dances across the island and fans seems to just go wild whenever it’s being played. Some of Aidonia’s fans on Instagram chided the man in the video with one fan saying, “This is funny but dangerous someone could have hit him.” Despite a few concerned fans, the majority of users think that the song is the leading dancehall song in dancehall currently. Law enforcement sources told Dancehall HipHop that they are monitoring the situation and may issue a public statement. While the clip is hilarious, some folks call the move dangerous and pose a threat to the general public.