Anthony B said Bounty Killer and Elephant Man are Broke

by DRW
(Jamaica)

Anthony B

Anthony B

Is there "Lyrical WAR" in the air?..


Veteran dancehall artiste Anthony B latest single "A Weh Yuh Save" is now the subject of discussion on most dancehall and reggae music websites and in the streets.

In the song Anthony B call the names of two of the heavyweights in the music business today, Bounty Killer and Elephant Man saying that they are flat broke.

In the song anthony be said "I might come from country but nuh boy can't style I as monkey, That's why mi humble mi neva move jumpy, and mi nah mek mi money and end up bruk back like Bounty".

"Every ghetto yute know how the suffering tan, So careful when you mek little money inna you hand build up yourself set a foundation, nuh bruk back like Elephant Man"

The song has drawn the anger of some of the fans of the general Bounty Killer, one fan comment on youtube about the song was that "A serious ting dis ? Him a like Merciless ; When him career dead him feel like calling a big name fi get some forwards .. Anthony flap".

Another comment reads "the rass a talk a half truth nuff of the topa top artist sponsor the top shotta them who a sell class A then take their slice of the top,member super cat sell coke thats why him career flop cause him his a coolie selling crack to ghetto black people".

We are watching this one very close to see if Bounty or Elephant Man are going to respond to this song.

Take a listen to Antony B's "A Weh Yuh Save" below..



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