Dancehall’s warlord Bounty Killer has taken his frustration with not having a visa to the stage, where he declared that his visa rejection was a result of his noble endeavours to uplift people from poverty.
At an event, the Fed Up deejay threw the question of why he was without a visa out to the audience. The audience responded with answers that pointed to Bounty denouncing homosexuals, but the veteran pointed out a different reason why he believed his US visa is not being approved.
“Unuh nuh know why mi nuh have nuh visa? A me ghetto bloodc**t rich,” he stated. He highlighted numerous public figures and great leaders, such as Malcolm X, Bob Marley, Marcus Garvey, Haile Selassie, and Jesus, who were hated by many.
Bounty Killer shared the footage of his speech on Instagram with a lengthy caption, expressing that being a Vigilante, revolutionist, Freedom Fighter, or Social Activist meant that he would face certain hardships enforced by those who do not like him. Nevertheless, he pointed out that no one can take what he has deep within himself.
“Is bcuz I made too much ghetto people rich more than PNP and JLP dem vex,” he said, adding that he has no criminal record to affect his ability to travel.
He concluded the post with the words, “I just want y’all know that I put it all on the line I walked the talk so I welcome whatever lessons or blessings it brings dem nuh like people’s people bcuz they do more to the people than for the people Babylon Shytstem It Affi Done man tuff👊🏿👊🏿👊🏿👊🏿👊🏿👊🏿👊🏿👊🏿👊🏿👊🏿👊🏿👊🏿👊🏿👊🏿👊🏿👊🏿👊🏿👊🏿👊🏿.”
Watch the video of Bounty Killer below:
In the past, Bounty has expressed his belief that his association with former Tivoli Gardens strongman Christopher “Dudus” Coke led to the revocation of his US visa in 2010.
During that time, the US government issued an extradition order for Coke on August 25, 2009, related to alleged drug and arms trafficking offences committed in the United States.
Alongside Bounty, fellow Dancehall deejays Sizzla, Beenie Man, Aidonia, and Mavado also had their US visas revoked during the same period.