Just days after insisting that he respects Dancehall legend, Bounty Killer too much to lyrically clash him, popular Gaza artiste,Tommy Lee has allegedly fired back at theAlliance founder for comments made regarding demonic references that he and others have made in their music.
On Monday, Bounty Killer issued a statement calling out artistes who make mentions of demonic spirits in their songs, implying that they were leading Jamaicans astray. Bounty’s statement came two days after he tweeted a link that tied in the ‘Sparta,’ concept to homosexuality. Tommy Lee, who’s also known as Gaza Sparta to his fans was also rumored to be a target for Bounty Killerat STING 2012 as the latter deejay insisted that he would not allow devilish illustration to take over Dancehall.
However, on Wednesday, Bounty Killer insisted that he would not clash Tommy Lee at this year’s edition ofSTING, wishing the Some Bwoy deejay much success in his career while urging fans to steer the ‘Gaza’ entertainer away from singing devilish lyrics. Two days later, Bounty Killer might be made to rethink that stance as a song emerged on Saturday morning from Tommy Lee seemingly taking aim at the ‘Grung Gaad.’
The single, entitled Goat Head, seemingly takes subliminal shots at Bounty Killer as Tommy Lee opens the song saying, “Goat Head, don’t diss the utes,” before deejaying,“Rise every ting fi di meeting, the limits of greeting, and carry di Goat Head, season him. Mi a stir di war pot, make it bun dem, mi no trust or watch dem, dem a spider wid black skin.”
On Thursday, Bounty Killer unveiled a preview to his collaborative track, War Fi God, featuringKiprich in which both artistes call on the name of God to ensure that Dancehall does not get taken over by demonic influences.