It appears the ongoing feud between veteran entertainers Bounty Killer and Mr Vegas has taken a turn for the worse, or better, depending on one’s perspective and support, or lack thereof.
Hours ago, via an Instagram post, Bounty teased a new single after throwing down the lyrical gauntlet days earlier to Mr Vegas. While sitting in his car, a snippet of the song can be heard playing in the background. The deejay captioned the post stating,
“It cost absolutely ntn to kill a fassy just for the fun of it Unda Grung fi a poop worm 🐛🐛🐛🐛👈🏿
Dis drag a send vn and msg bout him want mi and him to voice on di same riddims is him man dem fi go ride him riddim mi a kill him pon anything even a guitar 🎸 string mi ready fi di f*ckery and kill dem inna dem suckery😂🤣😅😂😅🤣
Not to be outdone, Mr Vegas also had a surprise of his own as he uploaded a video of himself inside a recording studio teasing a fresh composition aimed at the Warlord. He captioned the post,
“World Premier! ALL OUT- SUUBI DI WARRIOR
Amid the fiasco, singer Dexta Daps also found himself in the crosshairs of controversy after commenting on Bounty’s post and declaring his support for the Alliance leader. Dexta’s comment was allegedly reported and removed. Nonetheless, he had a lot to say in his follow-up posts. He remarked,
“@mrvegasmusic 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 GAY GAS @mrvegasmusic MI F*CK MORE GAL DAN U YUH FADA N YUH GRANFADA TOGETHER 🤣🤣🤣… NOT 1 MAN CAN CALL MI NAME PON DEM F*CKERY I SWEAR ON MY KIDS… IF U SEY DAT YUH PICKNEY DEM NUH SAFE 🐈…. uuuu nuh worthy a mi time fam… 1 21 gi yuh 3 outa d 40 n a 6 🐈… MI PICK MI SIDE @grunggaadzilla 🔫🔫🔫… DA WAR YA NUH FIT MI BUT WE KNOW D WINNER ALREADY… CHECK D HISTORY….. POWWWWWWWWW🔫…
DELETING ASAP… NAH GI NUH SWIMMA MI TIME 🗑🗑🗑😆”
Another read, “Rare gasss report mi comment….😂😂😂… 🐟 cyah swim inna our wataz… @mrvegasmusic YUH COULDA BAWL BLOOD YA DEAD … BUS HIM HEAD GENERAL 🔫”
The declaration of war between the two has been met with mixed reviews, with the collective majority saying, “dancehall nice again”. In contrast, others frown at the idea of two veterans going musically wayward instead of setting positive examples for their younger peers.