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BOUNTY KILLA HONOURS MOM WITH 'BOUNTY SUNDAYS'

Posted: February 27, 2012
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Beenie Man and D’Angel were among the many celebs that flooded twitter and BBM with messages of condolences for Bounty Killa following the death of his mother.

Miss Ivy who Bounty Killa introduced to fans through songs, died at hospital on Sunday (26/02/12). Reports are that Miss Ivy, who was diabetic, had been battling an infection which had seen her in and out of the hospital.

The Alliance leader thanked fans and his fellow entertainers for all the love, support and sympathies expressed. Other celebs who expressed condolences via social media includes Mavado, Elephant Man, Agent Sasco, Tifa, Lady Saw, Cecile and Spice.

A grieving Bounty Killa dedicated his weekly “Bounty Sundays” held last night at Club Riddim in memory of to his mom. In a tweet Bounty said “no reporters’ only supporters”.

Miss Ivy Williams was 71.

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