Outspoken selector/recording artiste Tony Matterhorn, has released an explicit and controversial song called Tweet War which unleashes a slew of fiery disrespectful words at fellow dancehall acts Bounty Killer and Mr Vegas.
The song highlights the recent twitter feud between Bounty and Mr Vegas, where Mr Vegas defended himself after Bounty Killer took to twitter, making fun of his vintage outfit on Digicel Rising Stars.
“A nuh afta Sting but I can stir it up. Matterhorn is a mountain mi nuh fraid a nuhbody dats why mi sey dis. A wah happen to dem two b… yaÉ nobody likes me but that’s okay I don’t like you anyways,” Tony Matterhorn sings.
Tony Matterhorn, who lost a clash at Sting last year at the hands of KipRich, has been silent for the majority of 2013.
He premiered Tweet War via his twitter page to over 65,000 followers on October 2, 2013 to mix reactions from listeners. However, the controversial DJ was quick to tell his detractors to take their complaints to God.
“Who else has any complaints, email it to God cuz my e-mail is filled right now. Afta dark mi sey,” Matterhorn’s tweeting continued.
“Don’t say I style anyone because it’s all here on twitter. If you’re offended, do your next best and I am easy to find. That’s for the groupies LOL,” he tweeted.
The STAR contacted Iyara who had told The STAR in a previous interview that he would challenge any artiste who disrespected his mentor Bounty Killer. However, the 2011 Sting clash winner says he is not focused on lyrical warfare at this point in his career. He also said KipRich already slaughtered Tony Matterhorn at Sting and that the deejay/selector was merely trying to get a hype for December.
“Mi hear it but mi just a focus pon mi career right now. Feuding with Tony Chatterhorn a joke thing. Dem wait pon Christmas fi mek trouble with people fi get a buzz. But wi nuh inna di idle ting wid demÉunless dem mek it get outa hand,” Iyara said.
Iyara recently collaborated with Grammy nominated reggae singer Wayne Wonder for an effort called Searching For Love. He is also receiving favourable local airplay for his single Haters A Pree.
“A just desso mi focus deh. Big up the ZJs and DJs who a support the single Haters A Pree, mi want a better duppy than Chatterhorn. KipRich dun kill him from last year,” the deejay lamented.
By: Curtis Campbell – Jamaica Star
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