Gully Bop disses Beenie at Ninjaman's birthday bash
"Of course, Beenie felt disrespected!" said, Beenie Man's manager Blue Smith as he addressed an incident that took place over the weekend at Ninjaman's birthday bash in St Ann.
The incident is one many are calling, "disrespectful" on the part of Gully Bop, who went on stage during Beenie Man's performance and summoned him to leave.
"Beenie Man, Beenie Man, bye. A padlock time now," Bop told Beenie.
But the 'King of the Dancehall' did not take too kindly to this as did the audience who could be heard sending a few "booos" towards the stage.
"Gully Bop a weh yaah do, a run yaah run me offa di stage?" an irate Beenie Man asked.
"Gully Bop a 30 years me a do music. Yuh come inna dis come see me. Me no yuh girl, me no yuh son, watch yuhself," Beenie added.
And even though Beenie did not hesitate to set Bop straight, his manager still believes that an apology is warranted.
"He (Bop) came to the show him neva have a rhythm, him neva have a track. That means him neva come to sing. And Beenie go out there and do him ting and was disrespected. Even the promoter supposed to apologise too," Smith told the STAR.
But even though Bop did not forthrightly say, "I am sorry", he and his team are adamant that Bop would never disrespect Beenie.
" Gully Bop has a very high level of respect for Beenie Man. He meant no disrespect at all. In music, there are three persons that Gully Bop looks up to Beenie Man, Ninjaman and Bounty Killer. I think it was a misunderstanding," said Karl Durrant, Bop's manager.
Like his manager, Bop assured the STAR, that he did not intend to disrespect Beenie Man.
"Beenie a me friend and me general, me woulda never try disrespect him. Me no know why him pree it dat way," Bop said.