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June 5, 2014
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DJ Khaled wants Bounty, Mavado peace

DJ Khaled




American record producer DJ Khaled, wants Bounty Killer and his protegé Mavado to make peace.

The We The Best/Young Money Records producer says he wants to produce a song featuring both artistes as an indication that they have set aside their differences.

In a recent television interview, DJ Khaled, who is an affiliate of both the Alliance and Gully Side camps, says he does not support a feud among persons he regards as family.

Following Khaled's interview, he took to twitter to announce his vision of a Mavado and Bounty Killer collaboration.

"Everyone always ask me which collaboration you would love to make happen?... I tell the world I would love to make a record with @mavadogully@grunggaadzilla," he tweeted.

"Jamaica STAND UP! #Alliance #Wethebest the people the streets want to see this happen. I'm going to go hard and find a way to make it happen! Jah know!...@grunggaadzilla@mavadogully. The streets, the people, the world want to hear Bounty and Mavado on one record together. The streets rise up, the people want to see this happen. JAH KNOW. This a goal that I have to complete salute Jamaica, Kingston!," the tweet concluded.

Both Mavado and Bounty Killer were unavailable for comment on Khaled's peace proposal.


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