Bounty Killer’s Baby Mother, Camalla, Addresses ‘Hammer’ Rumours, Being MC for Sting 2023, Queenie Getting Booed and more – Watch Interview

Baby mother of veteran dancehall entertainer Bounty Killer discussed the current state of dancehall and chimed in on the hot topics making the rounds in the industry. The MC for the Sting 2023 event, who is all so an artiste, Camalla, also defends her position for seemingly ‘ushering’ Queenie off stage.

According to her, Queenie was like an aunty in the social media space, and she was going to protect her at all costs as she forsee the boo’s coming for Queenie during her performance at the popular stage show.


Camalla admitted via her interview with Shelly-Ann Curran that she was the person who requested a time extension for Sting, which ultimately led to a fight between dancehall artistes Fully Bad and Honormosity.

She explained that because of the altercation between the two, plans will be in place for the next staging of the event for a smooth running.

As it relates to her past relationship with Bounty Killer, Shelly-Ann asked her if she was ever on the end of ‘Bounty’s hammer’, she denied ever sustaining any physical abuse from the entertainer, stating, “As a generalisha no Shelly,” she also said she didn’t have any issues with him despite rumours.

Bounty Killer performing
Bounty Killer

Camalla continued her interview by giving her views on one of the hottest topics in dancehall currently, Jaiifrais’ interview with Shenseea. She revealed that she was disappointed with Jaiifrais and, according to her Jaiifrais, missed the mark with what could have been a potential game-changing interview for podcasters.

“Jaiifrais interview with Shenseea am not sure, she is beautiful, so he may have been stunned by her beauty. It’s like he was mesmerised him a lick him lips, like him feel like him waa rub down him body at some point, am like this guy look like he is about to have an orgasm,” Camalla declared.

Watch the interview below:


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