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    Default BOUNTY KILLER'S ITS A PARTY 2013

    Mi drive over there ina di one bells and it flop bad, Grinda alone mi see ina di venue, so mi just go di baller dem ting a Waves Beach. Hear everybody a bun out Killer and Sharon Burke cah dem nu waan give nobody any ticket to go over there. Not even the dancer dem nuh get no ticket so dem beat him bad. Embarrassment dat, big Killer and party flop.

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    CALL CNN AND A FOX NEWS A FLOP PARTY KEEP IN JAMAICA

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    YES IT FLOP

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    wat party are we talking about here?...killa b-day bash?
    http://i115.photobucket.com/albums/n318/erika1234_2006/hahaaaaaaaaaa.gif

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    yea

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    Just saw pictures of ishawna and bridges...if u only saw grinda you must have gone to a faggot party..after all you are a prisoner you only used to seeing men.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reble View Post
    Just saw pictures of ishawna and bridges...if u only saw grinda you must have gone to a faggot party..after all you are a prisoner you only used to seeing men.
    A nex missis internet badman

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reble View Post
    Just saw pictures of ishawna and bridges...if u only saw grinda you must have gone to a faggot party..after all you are a prisoner you only used to seeing men.
    #bodybag

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reble View Post
    Just saw pictures of ishawna and bridges...if u only saw grinda you must have gone to a faggot party..after all you are a prisoner you only used to seeing men.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reble View Post
    Just saw pictures of ishawna and bridges...if u only saw grinda you must have gone to a faggot party..after all you are a prisoner you only used to seeing men.
    #yellowtape

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    Was it promoted well ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reble View Post
    Just saw pictures of ishawna and bridges...if u only saw grinda you must have gone to a faggot party..after all you are a prisoner you only used to seeing men.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fyahbwoy View Post
    #yellowtape
    Nar man....your sig is the perfect illustration on what just happened in the thread

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    Care zero wha yu kids want to say, Killer party still flop

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prisoner View Post
    Care zero wha yu kids want to say, Killer party still flop
    your thread flop

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prisoner View Post
    Care zero wha yu kids want to say, Killer party still flop
    Please explain to the public why you are following grinda....cause if it was killa party mrdweetnice can't be absent...so obviously it wasn't killa party.

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    MAN SAY HIM GO KILLA PARTY FI SEE GRINDSMAN UNO UTE

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    Look like the humour above unoo intelligence level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prisoner View Post
    Look like the humour above unoo intelligence level.
    No your humour is just stupid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reble View Post
    Just saw pictures of ishawna and bridges...if u only saw grinda you must have gone to a faggot party..after all you are a prisoner you only used to seeing men.
    Lol

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    More people show up to Killer bday bash than Tommy lee's show in trinidad



    NAH TEK MUCH FI MEK A DIFFERENCE...TEK THAT NUMBER AND MULTIPLY IT BY THE WORLD. SEE IF WE NUH REACH A BETTER TOMORROW.

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    think mi hear one commercial fi it pan Irie FM over the last couple weeks.
    Dem never even too mention Killa name, like dem a try trick people into coming out. Better Killa did promote it himself.

    As for it flopping...

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    ahhh boy lol eediat thread this

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    Quote Originally Posted by originalmadman View Post
    More people show up to Killer bday bash than Tommy lee's show in trinidad
    Grinda, Ishawna and Bridgez nuh 3 dat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mc View Post
    think mi hear one commercial fi it pan Irie FM over the last couple weeks.
    Dem never even too mention Killa name, like dem a try trick people into coming out. Better Killa did promote it himself.

    As for it flopping...
    yea dem do some little promotion ina di last part but nobody never really hear bout it. And den dem kill it by not giving anybody any ticket so nobody was talking about going. Messam dem ting at Waves di crowd go

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    KILLA TOO HYPE

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reble View Post
    Just saw pictures of ishawna and bridges...if u only saw grinda you must have gone to a faggot party..after all you are a prisoner you only used to seeing men.
    thread stopper!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prisoner View Post
    Grinda, Ishawna and Bridgez nuh 3 dat?
    U made 4

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    KILLA AH SELL ADVANCE TICKET FI HIM OWN PARTY
    U full of too much "STYLIN" girl.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klassic View Post
    U made 4
    my yout stop trying to be funny it doan fit yu, yu nuh read mi never go in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prisoner View Post
    my yout stop trying to be funny it doan fit yu, yu nuh read mi never go in?
    So how did you see grinda? You have X-ray vision?

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    flop ?

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    ok so maybe a 300 people did dedeh after all BOONG BANG!!!

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    TELL DEM CLEAN UP THEM HEART AND COME

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prisoner View Post
    ok so maybe a 300 people did dedeh after all BOONG BANG!!!
    GIVE UP.jpg

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    Default ACCORDING TO JAMAICA STAR BOUNTY KILLER ITS A PARTY WAS A SUCCESS

    CURTIS CAMPBELL, STAR Writer

    - Anthony Minott photos

    - Anthony Minott photos
    Hennessy It's A Party, hosted by dancehall [COLOR=blue !important][COLOR=blue !important]icon[/COLOR][/COLOR] Bounty Killer, was definitely the most anticipated party last weekend, as hundreds of patrons turned out at Sugarman's Beach, Portmore, St Catherine, to show their support for the artiste at his birthday celebration.
    Sometime after 11 p.m., the venue was booming with excitement, especially in the VIP area, where bottles of premium liquor were being popped by Bounty Killer and his associates.
    However, the general party area didn't have much action at that point. The dance floor was huge and patrons mostly hid from the exotic lights by taking refuge under the darker areas on the beach.
    Tony Chrome was in control of the wheels of steel and he played [COLOR=blue !important][COLOR=blue !important]songs[/COLOR][/COLOR] from a variety of dancehall artistes. One would assume that an Alliance party would be bombarded with Alliance music; however, that was not the case.
    Songs from Aidonia, Vybz Kartel, Black Ryno and [COLOR=blue !important][COLOR=blue !important]Beenie [COLOR=blue !important]Man[/COLOR][/COLOR][/COLOR] all helped to build the vibe on the beach as patrons got involved and danced the night away.
    [COLOR=blue !important][COLOR=blue !important]Mavado's[/COLOR][/COLOR] General was a crowd favourite and had to be played at least three times, in honour of Bounty Killer, who is often referred to as 'The General' by his supporters. Music from Iyara, Pattex, Kalado and other ANG members also got some attention from Tony Chrome.
    Following Tony Chrome's well-received set, Renaissance took over the juggling. They started their set by playing hip hop songs like [COLOR=blue !important][COLOR=blue !important]Lauryn [COLOR=blue !important]Hill's[/COLOR][/COLOR][/COLOR] Ready or Not. They also drew attention to Bounty Killer's international success by playing some of his [COLOR=blue !important][COLOR=blue !important]collaborations[/COLOR][/COLOR] with international artistes like The [COLOR=blue !important][COLOR=blue !important]Fugees[/COLOR][/COLOR], Busta Rhymes and Swizz Beats.
    It's A Party was a beach event; however, the dress code was not limited to beach wear. Some male patrons wore Alliance-branded shirts and jeans pants, as well as blazer jackets, while their female counterparts were dressed in more edgy outfits like two-piece bikinis, or clothing made from thin materials, exposing their skin.
    Iconic selector of Metro Media fame, Sky Juice, took over and added some variety to the juggling by playing some songs from the likes of Omi, Chronixx and Jah Cure. Later in his set he was hampered by technical difficulties; however, he bounced back to get a good reception from the audience.
    "If a did some other place mi deh and the system a give trouble mi pack up mi bag and leave. But yu see because a Bounty Killer, if a one tweeter a play tonight ya, mi a play fi di people dem," Sky Juice said to roaring approval.
    He exited with Ninja Man's [COLOR=blue !important][COLOR=blue !important]new [COLOR=blue !important]single[/COLOR][/COLOR][/COLOR] Ninja Mi Ninja and was followed by Boom Boom and Harry Hype who also gave a good account of themselves.
    Boom Boom played the Overproof and Overtime [COLOR=blue !important][COLOR=blue !important]rhythms[/COLOR][/COLOR]. However, he had patrons in a frenzy when he played a Beenie Man song which he said was dedicated to Bounty Killer, his dancehall rival.

    - Anthony Minott photos
    Another shocker came at minutes after 2 a.m., when Boom Boom played a [COLOR=blue !important][COLOR=blue !important]voice [COLOR=blue !important]note[/COLOR][/COLOR][/COLOR] which he said was sent by former Gaza artiste Popcaan. In the unexpected voice note, Popcaan said Bounty Killer was one of the biggest legends in dancehall and he was wishing him a happy birthday.
    Boom Boom played the voice note twice, and you could literally hear whispers coming from different corners of the venue, especially from surprised Alliance fans.
    Other surprises on the night came from a Japanese dance group led by former Dancehall Queen Latesha. They performed choreography to a medley of Bounty Killer songs, and it was thoroughly entertaining to Bounty Killer, who watched from the VIP lounge.
    Some artistes who turned out to show their support were Flexx, Ms Thing, Delus, Konshens, Macka Diamond, Ninja Man, Danielle DI, Beenie Man, Tanto Blacks, Big Wayne, Quick Cook, Black Queen, Lutan Fyah, among others.
    Bounty Killer's birthday party dubbed It's a Party held at Sugarman's beach, Hellshire, last Saturday.


    - Anthony Minott photos

    - Anthony Minott photos

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    Default ACCORDING TO JAMAICA STAR BOUNTY KILLER ITS A PARTY WAS A SUCCESS

    CURTIS CAMPBELL, STAR Writer


    - Anthony Minott photos

    - Anthony Minott photos
    Hennessy It's A Party, hosted by dancehall Bounty Killer, was definitely the most anticipated party last weekend, as hundreds of patrons turned out at Sugarman's Beach, Portmore, St Catherine, to show their support for the artiste at his birthday celebration.
    Sometime after 11 p.m., the venue was booming with excitement, especially in the VIP area, where bottles of premium liquor were being popped by Bounty Killer and his associates.
    However, the general party area didn't have much action at that point. The dance floor was huge and patrons mostly hid from the exotic lights by taking refuge under the darker areas on the beach.
    Tony Chrome was in control of the wheels of steel and he played from a variety of dancehall artistes. One would assume that an Alliance party would be bombarded with Alliance music; however, that was not the case.
    Songs from Aidonia, Vybz Kartel, Black Ryno and Beenie all helped to build the vibe on the beach as patrons got involved and danced the night away.
    [movados General was a crowd favourite and had to be played at least three times, in honour of Bounty Killer, who is often referred to as 'The General' by his supporters. Music from Iyara, Pattex, Kalado and other ANG members also got some attention from Tony Chrome.
    Following Tony Chrome's well-received set, Renaissance took over the juggling. They started their set by playing hip hop songs like ]Ready or Not
    . They also drew attention to Bounty Killer's international success by playing some of his songs with international artistes like The Fugees Busta Rhymes and Swizz Beats.
    It's A Party was a beach event; however, the dress code was not limited to beach wear. Some male patrons wore Alliance-branded shirts and jeans pants, as well as blazer jackets, while their female counterparts were dressed in more edgy outfits like two-piece bikinis, or clothing made from thin materials, exposing their skin.
    Iconic selector of Metro Media fame, Sky Juice, took over and added some variety to the juggling by playing some songs from the likes of Omi, Chronixx and Jah Cure. Later in his set he was hampered by technical difficulties; however, he bounced back to get a good reception from the audience.
    "If a did some other place mi deh and the system a give trouble mi pack up mi bag and leave. But yu see because a Bounty Killer, if a one tweeter a play tonight ya, mi a play fi di people dem," Sky Juice said to roaring approval.
    He exited with Ninja Man's Ninja Mi Ninja[/B] and was followed by Boom Boom and Harry Hype who also gave a good account of themselves.
    Boom Boom played the Overproof and Overtime [COLOR=blue !important][COLOR=blue !important]rhythms[/COLOR][/COLOR]. However, he had patrons in a frenzy when he played a Beenie Man song which he said was dedicated to Bounty Killer, his dancehall rival.

    - Anthony Minott photos
    Another shocker came at minutes after 2 a.m., when Boom Boom played a [COLOR=blue !important][COLOR=blue !important]voice [COLOR=blue !important]note[/COLOR][/COLOR][/COLOR] which he said was sent by former Gaza artiste Popcaan. In the unexpected voice note, Popcaan said Bounty Killer was one of the biggest legends in dancehall and he was wishing him a happy birthday.
    Boom Boom played the voice note twice, and you could literally hear whispers coming from different corners of the venue, especially from surprised Alliance fans.
    Other surprises on the night came from a Japanese dance group led by former Dancehall Queen Latesha. They performed choreography to a medley of Bounty Killer songs, and it was thoroughly entertaining to Bounty Killer, who watched from the VIP lounge.
    Some artistes who turned out to show their support were Flexx, Ms Thing, Delus, Konshens, Macka Diamond, Ninja Man, Danielle DI, Beenie Man, Tanto Blacks, Big Wayne, Quick Cook, Black Queen, Lutan Fyah, among others.
    Bounty Killer's birthday party dubbed It's a Party held at Sugarman's beach, Hellshire, last Saturday.


    - Anthony Minott photos

    - Anthony Minott photos
    Last edited by afrojamerican; 06-11-2013 at 05:50 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FRASS View Post
    a the flop part that!! lol lol DEM MAN YA!! BIG GENERAL ON EARTH STRONG!!

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