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Mavado Dogs Bounty Killa In Interview...

Posted: May 6, 2014
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"You have to be on my level to want a lyrical confrontation" says Mavado in response to Bounty Killa's recent diss tracks.

Mavado bashed Bounty Killa calling the tracks garbage.

Bounty Killa has released a few songs the latest includes “A Who” and “Death Work” both labeled Mavado diss.

However, in an interview with IRIE FM’s sister Station, ZIP 103 FM, Mavado insinuated that Bounty Killa isn’t up to his standard.

Vado further claims he’s on top and will not give anyone the time of day.

Efforts to get a comment from Bounty Killa proved futile.

Bounty Killa is credited for breaking Mavado on the dancehall scene through his Alliance squad.

Since Mavado signed the dotted lines with Miami born hip-hop rapper and disc jock Dj Khaled’s “We The Best” music group, many questioned the singjay’s loyalty.

This led to the release of a track dubbed “Real Talk” by entertainer Busy Signal in which he questions Mavado’s loyalty warning the singjay not be ungrateful.   

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