Dancehall veteran Bounty Killer has broke his silence on Alkaline “Batty Wash” line which is one of the most controversial topic in Dancehall at the moment.

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veteran has broke his silence on “Batty Wash” line which is one of the most controversial topic in Dancehall at the moment.

Bounty Killer along his protege were recently performing at Mountain View Jamboree in Kingston when he paused in between songs to speak his mind.

According to the ‘Grung Gaad’, young Jamaican artist Alkaline and other entertainers in Dancehall are making genre nasty, injurious and substandard.

“Let me talk to you for a second because you should know what your supporting,” Bounty Killer uttered the audience of mostly female fans.

“From the other day they are talking about dancehall a get kinky… You know what dancehall a get… too friendly, everybody like everybody, me no like everybody, me like who me like, me no likey likey.”

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Bounty Killer indicated hehas been in the dancehall industry for years and has never crossed the line.

“A years we have been singing certain things and we have never crossed the line,” Bounty Killer said.

“You never hear we tell girls to do certain things. If we like certain things we don’t disclosed it with the public… Because the public is the public. Some boy should keep their dirty life in their bedrooms. Don’t let no boy come tell you to turn no devil and no john crow.”

Bounty Killer also addressed the murder conviction during his live performing set.

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