Jah Cure has seemingly responded to his alleged songwriter’s recent claims.

On Thursday, the Grammy-nominated entertainer uploaded a video in studio listening to a new track which will be featured on his upcoming “Royal Soldiers” album due later this year.

Jah Cure made sure to share the lyrics to the single after being accused of cheating a woman who claimed to be the mastermind behind several of his hit singles.

“Haters, and bad mind and wicked heart, (dem a see red) (Chorus)
Unuh see red, see red but I See Green.
Unuh see red, see red but I See Green.
Green like my ganja, green like my cash, no time for drama, juss ah relax.
Unuh see red, see red but I See Green (Verse 1)
This is a world of struggle, 
This is a world of strife.
Don’t let the world kill your light. (Yeah)
Another day, another dollar
No time to fuss and fight
I’m trying to level up my life, my life

Unuh see red, see red but I See Green.
Unuh see red, see red but I See Green.
Green like my ganja, green like my cash, no time for drama, juss ah relax.
Unuh see red, see red but I See Green.

People betray their brothers,
People kill their friends,
Judas will kiss ya on the cheek, (yeah)
I’m lifting up my brothers,
And I pray for my friends 
Nothing but positivity, you see.

Haters, and bad mind and wicked at heart, (dem see red)
Dun know red means stop and Green means go, dem ah see red)
Haters, and bad mind and wicked at heart, (dem see red)
Dun know red means stop and Green means go, dem ah see red),” The lyrics read.

Earlier this week, Jah Cure was exposed by an alleged songwriter who claims he stole song credits and failed to pay royalties.

During a fiery Instagram Live session, the female singer/songwriter from St Lucia called out The Cure claiming she was cheated out of song credits and royalties for several projects.

According to the woman, she wrote numerous songs for the Reggae superstar and was promised writers credit on his forthcoming “Royal Soldier” album but none of that materialized.

She claims the final straw came earlier this year when the singer cheated her out of credits to a song which appeared on DJ Frass’ “Road To Success” album, claiming that he was the sole writer of the track.

The woman says she worked for the entertainer for more than a year, penning several tracks without receiving any compensation or royalties.

She has since threatened to take legal action against the Reggae superstar for the track, demanding that it be pulled from digital distribution, an action which would cause Dj Frass’ entire album to be pulled from shelves.

The young singer says she was recently contacted by DJ Frass and VP records begging her to take further action but at this point, she “just doesn’t care” anymore.

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The Cure Again!!!!!!! Via @therealjahcure ・・・ Haters, and bad mind and wicked heart, (dem a see red) (Chorus) Unuh see red, see red but I See Green. Unuh see red, see red but I See Green. Green like my ganja, green like my cash, no time for drama, juss ah relax. Unuh see red, see red but I See Green (Verse 1) This is a world of struggle, This is a world of strife. Don’t let the world kill your light. (Yeah) Another day, another dollar No time to fuss and fight I’m trying to level up my life, my life Unuh see red, see red but I See Green. Unuh see red, see red but I See Green. Green like my ganja, green like my cash, no time for drama, juss ah relax. Unuh see red, see red but I See Green. People betray their brothers, People kill their friends, Judas will kiss ya on the cheek, (yeah) I’m lifting up my brothers, And I pray for my friends Nothing but positivity, you see. Haters, and bad mind and wicked at heart, (dem see red) Dun know red means stop and Green means go, dem ah see red) Haters, and bad mind and wicked at heart, (dem see red) Dun know red means stop and Green means go, dem ah see red) #demdead #jahcure

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