Six years ago, dancehall princess Shenseea was removed from the stands by a group of Kingston College (KC) supporters during the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls' Athletics Championships.
In an interview with THE STAR, she said that she did not know people took Champs seriously until that incident.
"The group of men rushed me, lifted me up, and brought me out of the KC section" she said
The mistake that Shenseea made was wearing the colours of the all-boys' school's main competitor, Calabar High School.
"I was dressed in green and black from head to toe. Being the person I am, who always feels like I can do whatever I want, I went directly to the rival section to take a seat because there was too much sun in the Calabar section," she said.
Shenseea said that despite being embarrassed by the situation, it was still very funny as her first and favourite Champs experience.
"Calabar athletes are very brave and bold. I love their fight and determination to win. That's just how I am -, 'The Utmost for the Highest'," she said, reciting the school's motto.
It could be the busy music careers or just that the Champs fire burns out after graduating high school for many, but Shenseea said that she has not been able to follow up with the happenings.
Other artiste expressed wishes for an injury-free Champs and that the athletes, along with their supporters, would enjoy the activities.