The Dancehall veteran has asserted that the greatest artist to materialize from his disbanded Alliance camp was undoubtedly Busy signal but the winner infamous Gully/Gaza feud was hands down Vybz Kartel.
While Dancehall fans have long debated the outcome of the notorious clash, which at its peak compelled the intervention of the Jamaican government to squash the conflict, the “Living Dangerously” deejay said there was only one clear winner.
“Vado can’t defend my war either all now Kartel cannot counteracts ‘K A Clap’ he did like three counters and none works unlike Vado songs Kartel just washed them weh all his diss songs so how him fi defend my war?” the Dancehall legend wrote.
Bounty Killer claims that Mavado never went into that rivalry to defend him or the Alliance but rather because he was envious of Vybz Kartel’s popularity and craved the “Worl Boss” deejay’s level of success.
The entire fiasco surfaced recently after the Killer was asked by an Instagram user why he doesn’t support Mavado like how he supports Vybz Kartel. Bounty Killer went on to brand the “Father God” singjay as “ungrateful” and “selfish.”