Bounty Killer Speaks His Mind On Allegations Against Richie Stephens

October 4, 2021

The 5-star general Bounty Killer has given his opinion on the issues that have been plaguing veteran Reggae singer Richie Stephens, since lately concerning his name getting caught up in rape allegations.

The drama all started when veteran female reggae singer Tanya Stephens, made a video revealing that another artiste had sexually assaulted her at a studio.


Shortly after that video, people started to say it was Richie Stephens based on the descriptions that Tanya gave. The controversy spurred further when a woman of Asian origin came out making the same allegations, only this time stating it was in Australia while the artiste was touring.

In response to the allegations, Richie Stephens did a video where he addressed the rape accusations concerning him in Australia. In the video, the long time Reggae singer stated that some of what the woman said was true, however, there were parts of the story he said that was not told.

What Stephens said was true was the fact that he was in Australia on a tour in 2019, and the woman did make a formal report to the police but what the singer stated was not disclosed was that there were cameras in the vicinity and that his lawyer Christopher Townsend, told him what to do which saw the officers concluding in the end that the claims were baseless.

Veteran Dancehall artiste Bounty Killer gave his opinion on the matter on his Instagram by stating that he is not defending Richie Stephens, only defending the rights of any innocent person that until proven guilty will not let him believe anything.

In the comment section of the post, a lot of people were in support of Richie Stephens telling him to hold tight, while some vouched for his character.

See Bounty’s post below.


The singer is well known for several albums across the years such as “Miracles” in 1996, “Winner” 1998, “God is on my side” 2012 and “Real Reggae Music” 2013.


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