“I’m Gonna Destroy What’s Left of Him” Mr. Vegas and Bounty Killer’s Neverending War Reignites – See Posts

In the latest round of their years-long, seemingly endless feud, Bounty Killer appears ready to take on Mr. Vegas in a lyrical war.

The dancehall veterans have not seen eye to eye since the 1990s and have exchanged insults a number of times over the years, refuelling and reigniting their loathing for each other sporadically. Occasionally becoming entangled in a war of words on social media, both artistes were previously engaged in an intense argument on Instagram in 2020 after Mr. Vegas referred to artistes who criticised fellow entertainers’ dubplates for politicians as “badmind.”


Bounty Killer had responded to the Tek Weh Yuhself singer in a derogatory and expletive-laced post. But the following year, when Mr. Vegas seemingly mocked his King Of Kingston album, he stated that Mr. Vegas was seeking attention and chose not to dignify his statements with a response. However, as their feud continues, the Fed Up deejay appears to be at his wit’s end and reportedly confronted Mr. Vegas on Instagram, sharing the intro to a 2002 diss track, Likkle Dread Bwoy.

In screen grabs shared by the Fame Edjahz Youtube channel, Bounty Killer addressed Mr. Vagas using several slurs and declared that there were three sprats that he had to “kill or gill” before he got old and cranky. Bounty killer noted that Mr. Vagas was the one who challenged him first and said that the deejay was first on his “list.”

A fan of the artiste questioned if it was not too late to be responding to Mr.Vegas, especially because no one gives him any attention these days. In reply, Bounty Killer said that Mr. Vegas had taken 21 years to respond and expressed that he was going to destroy what was left of him. The Gun Down deejay noted that Mr. Vegas had tried to do the same to him but failed.

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