Dancehall veteran Bounty Killer has regained his official Instagram page, which has over 910,000 followers. His main account, which operates under the handle @grunggaadzilla, was last active on August 2. During that time, he, being his usual self, was very vocal in criticising the Jamaica Constabulary Force regarding a confrontation he had with police officers at St. Thomas Jerk Festival.
The ban on his Instagram came not long after, leading people to believe that the restriction stemmed from his remarks. Upon his return yesterday, he shared a series of posts, which fans happily welcomed. His first post in months promoted an upcoming event, and fans greeted him in the comments. One fan wrote, “Page up and Gunning again,” to which the Five Star General replied, “As A Bad Man.”
The posts that followed introduced newly released singles, clips of his performances, more events, and a selfie with Majah Hype. Bounty, who has been active in the studio, shared a collaboration with Gold Up and El Villanord entitled Ganja, which debuted on Gold Up’s Introduction album, released on October 28. The dancehall artiste also released Cock Up music video and a song featuring Pamputtae called Set Right.
In response to a commenter who remarked that the “GENERAL START VOICE EVERY DAY,” Bounty said, “Unuh better try and keep up.”
Additionally, he shared multiple images of a woman he called his “other mother” as she celebrated her birthday yesterday. While he wished her a “Happy 70th Birthday,” he sent wishes of “Long Life, Prosperity, Great Health And Wealth, Joy And Endless Happiness” to the woman he called “Mama Lorna” and his “Queen.”
The Grung Gaad has been blocked from his account on more than one occasion and has had to create a second Instagram page, which runs under the handle @1unogeneral. The entertainer, who has always been a very vocal critic, was restricted from his account in May after he made remarks about Commissioner General Antony Anderson. The deejay called him a “Big Idiot Lunatic” for allegedly removing him from a Crime Stop ad because he is not regarded as a positive role model to help reduce crime in Jamaica.