After publicly lashing out against artistes who continuously make demonic references in their songs, Dancehall legend, Bounty Killernow insists that he won’t be clashing one such entertainer, Tommy Lee at this year’s edition of STING.
Bounty Killer called out Tommy Lee last weekend through a borage of tweets that made reference to his ‘Sparta’ persona as well as some of the lyrical content illustrated in his music. The self-professed ‘War Lord’ shared a link which tied the ‘Sparta’ concept to homosexuality then released a statement two days later saying in part, “Tired a dem now yow every man know a me say youths fi run the place, but nuh come chat nuh f****y bout freak and devil or demon, ago kill off some a dem, so when a man ago sing certain things him nuh think say nobody was gonna have a problem wid him argument dem, a when since u can just come inna dancehall and a bring een demon ppl freely so?”
Bounty Killer then sparked speculation that he might be ready to clash Tommy Lee at STING 2012, intimating that,“Christmas is 4 Christ so nuh demon or devil cyaah win we a bloodcl****, all a dem a dead a sting!!!”
However, the Alliance founder has squashed such talk, insisting through Twitter that he won’t be challenging the ‘Gaza’ deejay at Dancehall’s biggest stage show.
“Stating clearly I Bounty Killer won’t be clashing with Tommy Lee at sting this year plus i never said I was gonna either I’m just going to derail the demonic movements been slewing demons and devils it’s ntn new I’ll be clashing with everything unrighteous and unclean but all the best to Tommy on his success, but only god gives good blessings not the devil so anything good happening 4 him now god does it. Unuh fi teach the yutes dem right, unuh help him if unuh love him to stop glorifying the devil and batty spartan look what unuh help kartel to do to his self now wise up Black People!!!,” Bounty Killer said.
Nevertheless, Bounty Killer won’t rest regarding his fight against demonic lyrics within Dancehall as the ‘Grung Gaad’ joined forces with prominent deejay, Kiprich and Alliance Next Generationartiste, Calado on a new track entitled, War Fi God. A preview of the track was released on Thursday with the full version expected to be unleashed in the coming weeks.
This comes after recent songs by Tommy Lee and his mentor, Vybz Kartel unleashing a pair of controversial singles produced by UIM Records entitled Uncle Demon and Daddy Devilrespectfully, garnering criticism from several industry players including renowned producer, Skatta Burrell as well as Alliance Next Generation manager, Cross Cris.