“Alka really disrespected the man and you could tell it was something that was bothering him for a while,” sources said. Footage of the exchange went viral online sparking a debate about the deteriorating relationship between dancehall artists and disc jockeys. DancehallHipHop reported in December that Alkaline disrespected the veteran sound system selective in front of his face and thousands of fans at Club Euro in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Seems Tony Matterhorn had enough of the shenanigan and decided to take a stand. #tonymatterhorn drop the hammer. Sources told DancehallHipHop that this has been eating away at Matterhorn for the past few weeks and it was only a matter of time before he snapped. Tony Matterhorn won’t be playing any Alkaline music this year or perhaps ever. “He waited to see if he will get an apology or something but nothing, just more disrespect from the other side camp so this is no surprise and he (Alkaline) shouldn’t be surprised either.”
Let’s hope that these two very important figures in dancehall can make peace sometime soon for the good of the music. The beneficiary of this feud of course is Vybz Kartel and maybe a few other artists whose songs will get more airplay on Matterhorn’s platforms. “Don’t unnu see everybody play? Me say me a give Alkaline one year bom***** ban, who no like it s*** your mother,” an angry Matterhorn said. “Don’t forget say me could’ve shoot up unnu blood**** and I said hold it. So when unnu hear me say one year ban Alkaline s*** your mother.”
Right after making that bold statement, Tony Matterhorm drop Vybz Kartel and Masicka single “InfraRed.” So clearly, Kartel is the biggest winner in this ongoing beef between the disc jockey and Alkaline. Says one year ban for #alkaline
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