Video: Mavado Talks Feuding With Bounty Killer
In the Midst of a lyrical beef, Dancehall star Mavado is strongly defending himself against harsh criticism that he betrayed his former mentor Bounty Killer.
Bounty Killer reportedly reignited the beef with the his former protege, Mavado, with a set of hard hitting diss tracks.
However, Mavado called the tracks “garbage” and said he will not respond to the Dancehall veteran.
Winford Williams of OnStage interviewed DJ Khaled and Mavado at We The Best studio in South Florida, last-week.
Mavado said it was not a surprise that Bounty Killer released diss tracks that are aimed at him.
“I wasn’t surprised because Killer [Bounty Killer] has been walking around and calling up my name to people all the time and trying to style me behind my back and the if he see me in the street he gives me the biggest smile,” Mavado told Winford.
Mavado also discredit talks from Bounty Killer and Busy Signal claiming that he is not loyal to the general and has become a hip-hop groupie.
“I’ve been making money from I burst in 2005 and in 200-2007 I bought a Range Roger and parked it beside the general’s own… So even while I was making money I was still loyal to the general, so it’s not about money,” Mavado insisted.
“Every rapper in America that encounters Mavado speak about him, rap about him and want Mavado on their album,” Mavado said.
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