Jamaica Observer KINGSTON, Jamaica – Veteran dancehall artiste Bounty Killer has touched down in the United Kingdom for the first time in more than a decade. This after his UK work permit was reinstated recently.
The entertainer shared several videos of himself on Instagram documenting his travel journey. One footage showed the artiste strolling through the airport with his luggage and travel documents in hand, while another showed him walking along what appeared to be a street in the UK.
It is unclear if the entertainer will be making any stage appearance while in the United Kingdom. However, his arrival in the country was met with a flood of congratulatory messages from colleagues and fans alike.
“Den a why mi feel so happy and excited. I wish I was there to see this performance cause none a dem no know the song dem like me. People dead,” dancehall queen Spice commented under one of Bounty’s posts.
“God is great all the time my brother. Just stay focused and positive and continue to do the great work. London we here. Salute,” road manager Bankilous also commented.
Fellow artistes Agent Sasco, Stylo G, Skillibeng, Jahvinci, Cham, Munga Honourebel and countless others also showed love to the ‘Warlord’.
In an Instagram post late last month, the five-star general shared a photo of what appeared to be the Visa page of his travel document. Labelling the occasion as a “new arising”, the artiste shared that God is in control as he welcomes new opportunities.
“New albomb (album), new visa it is a new arising like the Phoenix. So who fi start lose weight, do it now. Unuh said mi couldn’t get back nuh visa but a God in control. Never will I ever bow, stoop, bend nor sell out,” Bounty captioned the image.
Bounty Killer reportedly touched down in the UK for the first time in 15 years Photo via Bounty Killer IG