Bounty Killer Says Sting 1993 Clash With Beenie was “Clash Of The Century”

Sunday, December 26, 2021, 8:45 PM GMT-5

Since its inception in 1984, Sting has developed into a masterpiece that has featured some of Jamaica’s most eclectic acts ranging from Tenor Saw, Sugar Minott, Ninja Man, and much more. Many of us, however, have grown to know Bounty Killer and Beenie Man as two of the main faces of the event, with the two facing off with each other at the 1993 hosting of the event.

In a recent Instagram post, the “Killa” had a moment with his fans as he reflected on the moment when he and Beenie Man faced off for the first time officially.

In an interview that the “5 Star General” did with popular YouTuber “Teach Dem,” he explained that the clash was not planned and only happened because the “Docta” overperformed, which made the Alliance boss run out on him, added with the fire of a small feud that sparked at the time between the two for the appropriation of deejaying technique.

At the end of the clash, the support was split between the two great entertainers, and that moment stood firm and became a relic in the minds of Jamaicans. 

In the post made by Bounty about the ’93’ clash, he celebrated the almost 3 decades since the face-off took place, then threw a shade for those individuals who think that clashing does not build careers or to a larger extent the culture, which Is far from the truth since Sting has been hailed as the biggest one-night event to ever be kept in Jamaica.

Check out Bounty’s post below.

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