In the singles, Bounty Killer deejays about helping Mavado making it big in the music business and that he won’t tolerates disrespect from him.
As most of you may have already know, Mavado and Bounty Killer fell out in 2012 after an incident at the dancehall legend’s birthday bash at a night club in Kingston that left Mavado’s close friend dead.
Since then Mavado released several subliminal tracks, said to be targeting Bounty Killer. However, this time around, Warlord is responding directly to the Gully Gad.
Take a listen to the songs:
Mavado reportedly responded to Bounty Killer’s diss tracks, saying they are garbage. Listen to the full interview with Mavado, responding to Bounty Killer’s diss tracks on the next page…
The “So Special” deejay says he will not respond to Bounty Killer because his former mentor is not on his level.
“I heard a couple of songs and I mean those are not songs those are garbage,” Mavado told Zip Fm.
Mavado, who is currently signed to DJ Khaled’s We The Best label, went on to say that artistes are only using his name to generate a buzz for their career.
“Those songs where are they going to go they are not even going to past the airport so why should I even bother listening to them. It doesn’t matter to me because I won’t give any of them the time of day. Think about it Gully Gad I don’t have to call any of them name. They are the ones who always have to be calling David Brooks name,” said Mavado.
Bounty Killer name drop Mavado in his diss tracks calling the singjay Gully Pad, his version of Gully Gad.
Mavado says the fallout between himself and Bounty Killer is all about envy and grudge.
“You done know how it go because you have entertainers out there that got their chance in life to be where they could have been if they put in the right work and not feeling as if they are god almighty… You can’t feel as if when you mash up your thing you ago sit down and badmind another man thing and try fight against a man… David Brooks never fight against a man yet and right now it’s all about envy and grudge,” Mavado added.
Listen to the full interview with Mavado, responding to Bounty Killer’s diss tracks on the next page…