After a long-standing feud that saw long-time Alliance teammates turn high-profile foes, dancehall superstars, Bounty Killer and Mavado have put aside their differences after Mavado made a surprise appearance at the Hennessy Bounty Sundays party in St Andrew on Father’s Day.
The two high-ranking deejays fell out at the turn of the decade following a tragic shooting incident at Bounty Killer’s birthday party at the QUAD nightclub in 2011, which took the life of Mavado’s close friend, Conroy Edwards. Mavado was upset by Bounty Killer’s reaction to the incident and refusal to offer condolences to him for the loss of his friend. Both artistes since traded jabs in the media, with Bounty recording diss songs calling out his former protege.
The surprise appearance at Bounty’s party on Sunday greatly pleased Bounty, with the ‘War Lord’ making an Instagram post confirming the truce.
“Sorry for all who didn’t want to see this folks but give God all the praises there ain’t ntn he cannot fix,” he said on the post. “Despite the cost of the past, the present is always a present…today is the beginning of our tomorrow folks so use it wisely brothers and sisters it’s a very happy day in music today the families and fans are smiling.”
Mavado currently lives in the United States, where he’s signed to DJ Khaled’s We The Best Music Group label.