Boom, Boom, Bumpy Cash clash at 'Cross di Wataz'

March 28, 2017
Scenes during Cross Di Wataz party held at Portmore Town Centre Plaza, in Portmore, St Catherine.
Scenes during Cross Di Wataz party held at Portmore Town Centre Plaza, in Portmore, St Catherine.
Scenes during Cross Di Wataz party held at Portmore Town Centre Plaza, in Portmore, St Catherine.
Scenes during Cross Di Wataz party held at Portmore Town Centre Plaza, in Portmore, St Catherine.
Scenes during Cross Di Wataz party held at Portmore Town Centre Plaza, in Portmore, St Catherine.
Scenes during Cross Di Wataz party held at Portmore Town Centre Plaza, in Portmore, St Catherine.
Scenes during Cross Di Wataz party held at Portmore Town Centre Plaza, in Portmore, St Catherine.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Cross Di Wataz party held at Portmore Town Centre Plaza, in Portmore, St Catherine.
Scenes during Cross Di Wataz party held at Portmore Town Centre Plaza, in Portmore, St Catherine.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Scenes during Cross Di Wataz party held at Portmore Town Centre Plaza, in Portmore, St Catherine.
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer These beauties were out Cross Di Wataz party held at Portmore Town Centre Plaza, in Portmore, St Catherine recently.
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Outspoken disc jock Boom Boom and Portmore selector Bumpy Cash had a lyrical clash over the mic and music consoles during the Portmore Society/ Romeish Wear 'Cross Di Wataz' event, held at the Portmore Town Centre Plaza parking lot recently.

Bumpy Cash sent out an early warning with Popcaan's Stray Dog and Masicka's Enemy.

Boom Boom acknowledged that some of the tunes played by Bumpy Cash were directed at him, and quickly hit back with tunes such as Aidonia's Banga Banga and Trigger Work It, among others.

Boom Boom said it's just a "vibes" between himself and Bumpy Cash, as in the street "we a friend".

That aside, it was indeed a huge outpouring of support for Portmore Society which will host their signature event, 'Image'.

Boom Boom told the crowd that it was a friendly clash and had no ill feelings towards the Portmore-based selector.

Other disc jocks graced the stage, such as Chromatic, including JR and Creep Chromatic, while Escobar paid tribute to the 'Gaza Boss', Vybz Kartel.

Entertainers in attendance included Ding Dong and the Ravers Clavers dancers, Razor B and dancer Mystic Davis.

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