Though Popcaan’s mother, Miss Rhona, has been seen frequently in the Dancehall star’s Instagram posts, many fans have never seen the woman who he once said “grow me” until early this month, when he posted never-before-seen images of his grandmother on Instagram.
Grandma’s 77th birthday was recently celebrated, and Popcaan shared pictures of herself with the reality show star by her pre-blown candled cake, laughing as they shared a rare moment.
Popcaan appears to be trying to teach her how to make his ‘unruly’ sign in one picture.
Popcaan was brought up in the country by his grandmother, who, like his mother, is a preacher. He grew up in St. Thomas, Jamaica, and sang in the church choir for the first time in front of a congregation.
Popcaan has shown fans the more spiritual side of his character and how much family means to him, and we should possibly thank her for the artist he is today, even though we know how unruly he can be in his music.
We Pray, Jah Love, Firm And Powerful, Bank & God, and Family are all songs with titles that speak for themselves.
We can believe that, like his mother, grandma is extremely proud of her grandson’s recent single God Is Love, which he co-wrote with the legendary Beres Hammond.
This may be the first time Popcaan has shown the world his family’s grandmother.
Jungle Justice (Part Twice), Popcaan’s follow-up to his 2017 single Jungle Justice, is now available. The song was released four days ago as a call to action to end violence against women, with a special focus on Khanice Jackson, a female accounting clerk who went missing on March 24 and was later declared raped and murdered.