Bounty Killer has expressed his appreciation for receiving a certified platinum plaque for his contribution to DJ Khaled’s Khaled Khaled album. His gratitude comes on the heels of the controversy surrounding Sizzla Kalonji burning the two platinum plaques he received and sparking a debate among the dancehall fraternity.
Some entertainers have shown their support for Sizzla, including Damian Marley and Popcaan, whereas Bounty Killer stood in solidarity with Khaled. The dancehall veteran sent out his appreciation on Christmas with a photo of his accomplishment.
The post was made to his Instagram account, and the plaque showed the American producer kneeling, flanked by his sons. Bounty sat behind the large plaque, raising his glass with a happy smile.
In the caption, he wrote, “Cheers to the hard work put in on this project congratulations to @djkhaled myself and all the others involved Win With Us Or Watch Us Win.” He concluded the post with over a dozen trophy emojis.
DJ Khaled, who is yet to react to the Sizzla Kalonji drama, responded to Bounty Killer’s post and sent his gratitude to the dancehall deejay by saying, “Love brother thank you for your friendship happy holidays to you and your family ! Day 1 fam , GOD DID ! Love forever.”
The Everybody Falla artiste received congratulatory messages from Shaggy, Busta Rhymes, Majah Hype, and Baby Cham. Meanwhile, fans joked about Bounty being happy about the plaque and not burning it.
DJ Khaled, an American music producer, released Khaled Khaled as his twelfth studio album on April 30, 2021. On the 14-track project, Bounty Killer, Buju Banton, and Capleton are featured on Where You Come From.
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