Following the release of D’Angel’s diss track, Bounty Killer and his Alliance Next Generation mentees, the K Queens, have taken aim at the artiste, whom they have dubbed “Donkey Dolly.”
Amid the heightened lyrical tension as dancehall artistes prepare for Sting, D’Angel released her diss track, War Angel, aimed at several entertainers, most notably her exes Beenie Man and Bounty. Reacting to Bounty’s viral dance move on stage during a performance, D’Angel dubbed the Warlord a disgrace for whining.
It did not take long for Bounty and the K Queens, comprised of twins Kaydine and Kerrine Francis, to get wind of D’Angel’s diss.
On Monday, Bounty shared a photoshopped image depicting D’Angel’s face merged with that of a high-heeled, cart-wheeling donkey in a warehouse for the cover art of a song, Donkey Dolly. Captioning the post, Bounty announced that the track by the K Queens will be released soon. The deejay said it was a fair playing field and warned of what could come from throwing stones.
“You throw stones over here you just might get a whole bauxite mall and gravel☝🏾,” Bounty stated.
The K Queens intern shared the Donkey Dolly photo of D’Angel on their Instagram page, advising the Stronger singer not to flee from the impending war.
“WAR IS IN DI AIR💣💣🔥🔥🔥 BOUT BAD DOLLY YUH MEAN DONKEY DOLLY 😂😂😂😂 @dangelmusic MAWGA GAL DOU RUNNNN!!! 🏃♀️🏃♀️⚰️⚰️ SHOT A DONKEY NOW!!!! MEK DEM PICK IT UP A MAWNING,” K Queens wrote.
Further trolling D’Angel on social media, Bounty took to his Instagram Stories on Tuesday, promising a lyrical beatdown.
“Donkey Dolly mi nuh inna di chattingz a str88 clappingz,” Bounty said.
The K Queens also advised D’Angel to stop the talking and bring it to the stage.
The deejay has utilised his female mentees in the past to answer who he has deemed unsuitable musical opponents, with the K Queens releasing their diss track Bigfoot Cinderella aimed at Ishawna. The Equal Rights singer had challenged Bounty to a lyrical battle after her controversial 2022 Reggae Sumfest performance, but he expressed that he had no place in a catfight.