July 22, 2010
PAMPUTTAE REPRESENTING FOR THE FLUFFY LADIES
Acclaimed Queen of Fluffiness, Pamputtae is quite happy with her size and has no intention of “trimming down”. In fact, the deejay has built her ever-growing fan base on ensuring that fluffy ladies in the dancehall fell respected.
“When I go on stage and say ‘whe all the fat girl dem deh’, the place tun ova,” Pamputtae declared. “It just good fi see the fluffy girls step out and hld up dem head high,” she added.
Pamputtae noted that many had scoffed at her size and had advised her to lose weight if she intended to pursue a career in entertainment.
“But not everyone was meant to be slim … some people haffi fat, a just so it go,” she said philosophically.
For Pamputtae and those of her size, being fluffy is not a deterrent … it is seen as an asset.
“Mi big thick and can flick,” is her mantra, which she repeats with immense pride.
Confident that anything that a slim girl can do, the Fluffy girl can do even better, Pamputtae linked up with popular deejay Spice for the single Slim vs Fluffy, which is “tekking life” in the dancehall.
“Did song maaad,” gushed Pamputtae, whose real name is Eveana Henry.
“Me and Spice have the right formula … is Spice write the song inna the studio and from we were voicing it we know say the fans woulda love it,” she explained.
The single has been doing well locally and overseas and the deejay is looking to overseas gigs, especially in the Caribbean.
Pamputtae, who has distinguished herself by “talking up did tings dem”, recently released the single, Neighbour on Fams House Productions’ Multi-Symptom riddim.