A then infuriated Bounty, whose given name is Rodney Pryce, lashed out via an alternate account, stating, “Dat dutty swimstagram tell me three days ago and all now but me not sweating over no bl**dclaath page me badder dan internet nuh p*ssy cant muzzled the general say weh mi feel fi say,”
Speculations are the temporary removal was due to utterances by the Warlord against the Government for its handling of public sector workers’ wages and work conditions. At the same time, he rebuked the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) for his withdrawal from their latest Crime Stop ad campaign.
Despite backlash from some quarters of society for his bold approach, Bounty, throughout the years, remains a staunch critic of the dancehall community, the government and security forces in the execution of their respective duties.
With renewed access to his 897,000 followers, the Warlord is currently promoting his upcoming 50th birthday celebrations slated for June 12 at Digicel Headquarters on Ocean Boulevard, Downtown Kingston.