Dancehall newcomer Tommy Lee Sparta says he will not be clashing Bounty Killer at the upcoming Sting show.
Speaking with the Star, Tommy Lee says war in dancehall is one of the main cause of violence and he does not stand for that.
“War inna dancehall cause crime and violence and mi nuh deh pon dat. Mi nuh deh pon nuh clash thing fi police come pree mi and sey mi start crime,” Tommy Lee Sparta said.
“Mi and Bounty Killer a nuh enemy. Mi si Bounty a Sumfest launch and a me fuss hail him because him a elder, but him disrespect mi and mi community and mi people, friends, brothers and sisters. Him even a call up people name wey a nuh artiste,” Tommy Lee added
“Mi sorry to the Bounty Killer fans sey dem feel like mi style dem, but mi nuh sorry fi dis Bounty because him tek di wrong approach. Bounty know nuff people who know mi numba, suh if him did mean good and want me to stop deejay bout demon him cudda call mi,” Tommy Lee continues.
Bounty Killer drop two new Tommy Lee diss track in the last week “Di Gaad,” and “Nyammy Lee/Tranny Lee.” Last month Vybz Kartel advised the “Psycho” deejay not to engaged in a beef with Bounty Killer.
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