Bounty Killer and Vybz Kartel forge peace at De La Vega Splash


Jigga Mattic
Freelance Writer

Vybz_Kartel_Bounty_Killer_Dancehall_Sting2006_sexygirls_CarlingtonWilmot_yardflex_sexy.jpgVybz Kartel and Bounty Killer set aside their personal differences to perform together at the annual Dela Vega Splash show in St. Catherine.

"I worked alongside Killa and Ele at Dela was all good...Alliance is good, and Kartel is great," he announced during an interview with hosts Simon Croskill and Neville 'Bertis' Bell of TVJ on Morning Time.

The two had become embroiled in a bitter 'war of words' in recent weeks following Vybz Kartel's decision to walk away from The Alliance, a move that Bounty Killer construed as a direct betrayal. Killer will be appearing on CVM TV's 'Onstage' to offer his choice words on the devolving friendship between the two men. During the interview, Busy Signal and Idonia reportedly shook hands as well, setting the stage for a truce that could reflect Sting's chosen theme this year, 'Love and Happiness'. But the consensus of most fans is that despite the temporary respite, the theme will be (as always) 'Ah War, Bullet-bullet-bullet!'.

Still, this sudden reprieve from the bitter vitriol and lyrical disses, was welcome especially at this time, the Yuletide season of love and joy. The residents of De la Vega City were in for a surprise.

As dawn colours began to creep into the sky, Vybz Kartel a.k.a Addi di Techa called on deejay Bounty Killer. Elephant Man joined them as well.
Several other artistes also performed. See the full report later on this website.