Bounty Killer Pays Homage To Shaggy: “The Biggest Deejay Out Of Jamaica”

Bounty Killer has paid homage to Shaggy, crowning him, unapologetically, Dancehall’s biggest act.

The Coppershot artist shared a video clip of Shaggy, in his element, during a recent performance in Auckland, New Zealand.

In the video, Shaggy was seen performing his hit song Angel, from his Diamond-selling album Hot Shot in front of a massive crowd, his trademark Jamaican flag hanging from his back pocket, as scores of fans galloped into a section of the stadium.

Bounty made the declaration about Shaggy’s greatness, while ordering those in disagreement to dare to challenge his statement.

“The biggest deejay out of Jamaica same way 🇯🇲.  Diamond League 💎 who nuh like it bite it and fight it👈🏿,” Bounty wrote.

His post elicited acknowledgment from Shaggy himself, who replied: “🙏🏾 giv thanx mi general!!!”

Also cheering his along was Dexta Daps, who declared: “Diamon kidddddddd🔥🔥🔥”.

Bounty was hailed by one follower who described him as a huge advocate for his culture.

“This is the Unity dancehall needs.  Everyone should take a page out of Bounty’s book.  Always and relentlessly pushing the culture forward✊🏽✊🏽,” the follower noted.

As followers continued heaping praises on Shaggy, mrsboss47 showed her support for Bounty’s comments declaring: “Real talk and nuh argument nuh inna dat! No drama!keep it clean and gives to charity a whole lot. Charity brings blessings❤️❤️❤️”.

Other followers sought to point out the difference between Shaggy’s content and the Trap sounds in which many young artists have been dabbling.

“This is what great music brings… Not just a hype for a summer or a stage show in Mobay… Artists nowadays need to not be comfortable with bussing on social media and actually pree bussing in real life and making real money from their music,” djgeniusvi stated, while another piped in: “Good music most Jamaican artist can do this but all them sing about is killing and other sh*t.”

“Mek dem gwaan Mek scamming song and see how long that ago last! Them fly out and perform fi Jamaicans abroad and think them big! Dem nah touch no new hearts and minds and when they do a negativity them infect them with,” giovani_whodat commented.

One man, ba.jam1, also took a jab at some of the Dancehall artistes who have been fighting over the King of Dancehall title.

“Shaggy pulling this huge crowd 2 decades after selling diamond while some guy go around calling himself King? King of what?” he asked.

Another follower had his dissenting comments rubbished by the Warlord, after attempting to downplay Shaggy’s accomplishments and narrowing his successes down to his skin color.

“Stop the misinformation Shaggy is the only Jamaican artiste to ever sold diamond and u can ask Sean Paul who is the biggest Jamaican deejay also!!” Bounty declared.

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