MERCILESS KILLS NINJA MAN AT MAGNUM FOLLOW DI ARROW
The original don gorgon Ninja Man committed suicide when he returned to the stage at Magnum Follow Di Arrow held on the weekend.
Well, Ninja Man had the upper hand in the highly anticipated lyrical battle with dancehall deejay Merciless. The don gorgon dominated the clash in the beginning leaving the audience booing merciless you seemed flustered. Ninja subsequently left the stage on a high and Merciless in a hole.
Backstage he was greeted with a bottle of champagne being poured on him to acknowledge his victory. During this time merciless remained on stage deejaying his heart out until he got a forward.
And it was at this time that Ninja Man returned to the stage, like a lamb to the slaughter as Merciless claimed victory in what many describe as the wickedest comeback ever!
Merciless slaughtered Ninja Man lashing him with hard rhymes and tight lyrics winning over the crowd in ninja man’s St. Mary hometown proving to the large crowd gathered that the “war head caan dead”.
A devastated looking Ninja Man tried to downplay the clash at the end after realizing his defeat.
Meanwhile, Kip Rich made his mark showing dancehall fans that he can be a hardcore deejay if he wants.
Kip Rich dressed in full western military uniform with a bullet proof vest completed with an Arab head gear, left Monster Hemp Higher battling for life after he unleashed a barrage of lyrics cramping their style.
In a hurtful voice General b dressed like a general blurted out to the audience “a wah oonu waan do, done Monster Hemp Higher career.” While RoundHead urged him to “kill to bwoy”.
But all that talk didn’t stop Kip Rich from trampling Round Head and General B. As for ghost; he was missing in action, not even available for moral support.
All in all Magnum Follow Di Arrow was a tremendous success.The event was well supported, parking was up to par and security was tight as the lawmen and bouncers were visible throughout the venue.
And speaking of security, promoter Dexton Ennis was seen on stage during the lyrical battles where he played referee, ensuring a clean lyrical warfare.
Meanwhile, Bounty Killa couldn’t do anything wrong for the audience. The warlord who performed for almost half an hour had the patron’s attention during his performance.
Other good performance came from Mavado, Assassin, Elephant Man, Twin of Twins, Macka Diamond, Stitchie, Hero, Stacious and Sophia Squire.
The curtains for Magnum Follow Di Arrow closed at minutes to six on Sunday morning (01/03/09).