Bounty 'likes' new Kartel song; Kartel responds and calls him 'Daddy' and social media melts down

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bounty-kartel-ig.jpgSince everything happens in the virtual world these days, it's should come as no surprise that an exchange between 'enemies' Bounty Killer and Vybz Kartel would cause social media to go into overdrive.

Social media is buzzing with reports of Bounty Killer and Vybz Kartel finally being back on good terms.

Earlier this week the veteran Dancehall artiste praised the incarcerated entertainer's new single "Under Water" with TJ Records labelling it a song with "real dancehall sounds".

Vybz Kartel's Instagram account instantly responded to Killer's post saying, "Daddy a your school mi graduate from eno #AllianceUniversity so it ain't no surprise daddy."

As expected, Dancehall fans were happy to see the exchange between the 'father and son' and are hoping it is just the beginning of them putting their differences aside and working on a possible collaboration.

Bounty Killer's manager, Bankelous, agreed that the exchange was a good look for dancehall and explained that although the two have had their disagreements in the past, they have always maintained a level of respect for each other's work.

"Rodney Pryce is a God-fearing person, and him nuh hate people. Him might say supmn today, but that nuh mean nothing. Him nuh hold grudge because him mother grow him right. You might see the 'angry [and] cross', him on stage, but is a different personality him have off stage," he said. "Kartel a him son, so him can't have nothing against Vybz Kartel. People might did look at it different in the media, but in a di two a dem heart, a did always love and respect. Music a love, enuh, and after we leave and gone, music live on, and di two a dem know dat."

Bounty Killer and Vybz Kartel were involved in a 'war of words' that started in 2006 and reached its peak in 2009. Killer had become very vocal about Kartel's bleaching and other practices of his, while Kartel claimed Killer was past his prime.