With the ongoing tension between Allianceleader, Bounty Killer and Gaza artiste, Tommy Lee seemingly on the verge of boiling over, the latter artiste’s mentor has stepped in to try and quell the beef.
Despite being incarcerated on murder and conspiracy charges, Dancehall superstar,Vybz Kartel has reportedly reached out toTommy Lee from jail, urging the Some Bwoydeejay not to clash his former mentor turned rival, Bounty Killer. This, after a number of verbal exchanges between Bounty Killer andTommy Lee, ignited by Killer’s comments that artistes should stop making demonic references in their songs while publicizing a link that ties in ‘Sparta’ (Tommy Lee’s persona) with homosexuality.
After initially stating that he would not dissBounty Killer, Tommy Lee recorded a new track, Goat Head that lyrically lambasted the ‘War Lord,’ while making reference to some of the Alliance founder’s past transgressions. This prompted Bounty Killer to declare himself as Dancehall’s ‘G.O.A.T (Greatest Of All Time) while calling himself, ‘Jesus Pryce’ in his fight against demonic lyrics and using disparaging nicknames to describe Tommy Lee.
However, Vybz Kartel wants an end to the lyrical warfare, warning Tommy Lee that pursuing a clash with Bounty Killer may be detrimental to his career progress. A source close to Kartel toldUrban Islandz that the self-proclaimed ‘Worl’ Boss’ called Tommy Lee from behind bars, advising him not to take his issues with Bounty Killer any further while insisting that the former Portmore Empire leader and Alliance stalwart still holds his ex-mentor in high regard.
“He (Vybz Kartel) spoke with Tommy Lee via a phone call and told him to resist from engaging in a beef with Killer. Worl’ Boss genuinely feels that the beef is not good for Tommy Lee career which he should more focus on building,” the source said.
“Despite their differences Vybz still have a lot of respect for Bounty Killer.”
Tommy Lee indicated in Goat Head that he would not be following up his track with another Bounty Killer diss while the Alliance creator ruled out a possible clash at STING 2012 between himself and Montego Bay born deejay.
Source : Examiner