Tanya Stephens has found herself facing heavy criticism after openly criticizing former prime minister Portia Simpson-Miller.

The female Dancehall artist was earlier today blasted by several fans and politicians following her comments on social media about retiring PNP leader, and former Jamaican Prime Minister Portia Simpson-Miller.

The “Its A Pity” singer took to social media blasting those celebrating the retiring female politician’s career, labeling her as an “embarrassment” to Jamaica, and a leader of poor intelligence.

Stephens went on to compare the veteran leader to a “rapist” being congratulated for being a “good man,” and further branding her an awful human being, who she thoroughly satisfied was finally leaving the political scene.

The vocal female deejay would later delete the post after a barrage of fans and politicians blasted her for the comments, saying they were harsh and degrading words for one of Jamaica’s most important female figures.

One fellow politician, Angela Brown Burke, who is the vice-president for the PNP expressed shock at the rant. stating that “Tanya, really now? That’s what you’ve chosen to say about another woman who has inspired so many others? SMDH”.

Other loyal supporters have since taken to Facebook expressing their disgust with Stephens opinions, with several fans directing insults towards the veteran female entertainer claiming she should have more respect towards a fellow woman.