Usain Bolt shows Vybz Kartel loyalty after taking shots at Dancehall artiste Alkaline, who is said to be imitating the incarcerated deejay.

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Olympic champion Usain Bolt shows that he is a genuine fan of after taking a jab at fellow Dancehall artiste Alkaline who is said to be imitating the incarcerated deejay.

Usian Bolt Takes shot at Alkaline

At an local event (Uptown Mondays) in Jamaica, Bolt said that a ‘ likkle mawga youth’ is trying to imitate the ‘Gaza youth.’

“A likkle mawga youth a try imitate the gaza youth, mi nah call nuh name,” said Bolt in the footage.

The term ‘mawga’ spoken in Jamaican Patois means skinny or thin in an unhealthy manner.

Following the Jamaican sprinter’s brief speech, the joyful fans were further entertained with Vybz Kartel’s newly released track “Chain,” which is said to be a lyrical assault to Alkaline’s “Object Bingo.”

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In the meanwhile, Alkaline, whose real name is Earlan Bartley, will soon release his EP titled “New Level Unlocked.” The EP features songs such ATM (All About The Money), Object Bingo among others.

Related: Dancehall artiste Alkaline to drop “New Level Unlocked” EP

Related: Alkaline Banned From Suriname For Mistreating Female Dancer?

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Related: Usain Bolt aiming to Crack 19 seconds in 200 meters

Usain Bolt has already started his preparations for  2016 Rio Games and has also sent a warning to his competitors.

Bolt thinks he is capable of breaking 19 seconds in the 200 meters.

Bolt’s record of 19.19 seconds for the 200 has stood since Aug. 20, 2009, four days after he set the 100m record of 9.58 seconds, both at the world athletics championships in Berlin.

Bolt is seeking to become the first man to win three successive Olympic titles in the sprint events and the 4x100m relay in Rio.

The Jamaican sounded a warning to Gatlin, Blake and anyone else considering trying to stop him at the 2016 Olympics.

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