Alkaline disses Bounty Killer and Foota Hype
No stranger to controversy, dancehall artiste Alkaline is once again making headlines for his latest song Anywhere We Go, which makes disparaging remarks about Bounty Killer and selector Foota Hype.
In the controversial song, the artiste deejays:
"Me gal friend know how the ting go and she haffi buil or she will get a right...
No gal caan clown man, after me nuh Killa nor bayman Foota Hype
People say me chat a bag a madness, anyting me say, mek sense, just pree
How you fi tell me you a gyallis when from yuh born yuh never catch a STD"
The preview of the song, which was produced by ZJ Chrome, was released two days ago and has already been making the rounds on social media, with fans of the Grung Gaad calling for a boycott of Alkaline.
Not one to hold back, Bounty Killer immediately took to Instagram and berated ZJ Chrome for the song.
"Boy Chrome you celebrating to produce a song a diss me. Nice, mi like it. Although me done know you are a Gaza fg from long time. Anything unuh get, unuh fi tek."
Chrome immediately responded, informing Bounty Killer that he was not celebrating but rather promoting his production.
When contacted, Foota Hype told THE STAR that the song was not important to him.
"That song is unimportant to me. The line that Alkaline said about me is more fitting to him. Anybody look pon Foota Hype see that I am a real and straight man. When I look at that creature, I see somebody that is shaky. Alkaline is the ultimate meaning of shakiness," Foota Hype said.
He also blasted Alkaline for his obsession with Vybz Kartel.
"I am the most talked about human being in dancehall right now so of course Alkaline a go call me name. Alkaline just caan handle the fact that Kartel is the hottest deejay in a dancehall. Him a dress like Kartel and a tief the man style. Him obsessed with Kartel. Dem better put him in Addi cell," Foota Hype told THE STAR.
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