Elephant Man, a former member of the 90s dancehall group Scare Dem Crew, has responded to allegations made by fellow entertainer Bounty Killer regarding his silence following the death of crew member Boom Dandimite. Currently, in Canada, the Energy Gad explained that he was grieving in his own way and did not feel the need to publicly express his sorrow on social media. He also revealed that he was among the first to learn that Dandimite had fallen into a coma over the weekend.
In recent days the Warlord had made an emotional post on social media. When a fan indicated that Elephant Man had not issued any condolence to Dandimite’s family, Bounty Killer responded by calling Elephant Man a “real animal.” He also accused Elephant Man of not showing any emotions when his own mother (Miss Yvonne) died. However, Elephant Man asserted that he had not read the post and did not want to draw negativity towards himself.
“Elephant Man nuh live fi Instagram and mi nuh live fi people, mi live fi di Almighty.” – The Energy Gad retorted
Despite the ongoing situation between Elephant Man and Bounty Killer, Elephant Man is the godfather of two of Dandimite’s daughters and still bemoans his passing. Boom Dandimite died in a US hospital after suffering a relapse during his recovery from a car accident last month.
The Scare Dem Crew enjoyed significant success in the late 1990s with hits such as Many Many, Pure Gal and Badman Nuh Dress Like Girl.