Bounty Killer has reignited his longtime beef with Alkaline while blasting Mavado.
The Dancehall veteran recently took to social media to bash the “Fleek” deejay in a lengthy comment.
Bounty Killer labeled Alkaline as “Dancehall’s biggest freakazoid” while commenting his fallout with former protege, Mavado.
The “Fed Up” deejay also indicated that the “Badness It Name” deejay disrespected him in the past.
“It’s clear that Vado doesn’t has no love or respect for me and alliance and I accepted him nuh deal with bling busy or Marshall either but him did song with popcaan and Kartel so why should we be concerned about him alkaline is dancehall biggest freakerzide who dissed me outright and his him Vado took under his wings ok so he shows the world that him don’t rate me anymore which is fine,” Bounty Killer expressed on Instagram.
“A my ratings help some man who naah mention ntn bout me either simple dawg 👊🏾,” he added.
The bad blood between the two manifested in 2014 when Alkaline released a song called “Anywhere We Go.”
The song was said to be a diss track aimed at Bounty Killer and Jamaican selector, Foota Hype