On Tuesday evening, Bounty Killer handed over 63 beds to the Kingston Public Hospital in Kingston and 25 beds to the Victoria Jubilee Hospital for children.
According to the veteran Dancehall artiste, whose given name is Rodney Price, he decided to step in and play his part after seeing several heart-wrenching stories about the conditions of Jamaica’s health sector.
“As a thriving Jamaican who came from nothing to something, I know I had to give back. I also have a special connections with those two hospitals because not only was I born at Jubilee but in the late 80s, when I got shot, KPH was where they took me,” Bounty Killer said. “Over the years, everybody know me ‘The Poor People Governor’ and it is not just something that I say but it’s a lifestyle that I try to live by. We have to give in order to receive, my mother taught me those good values,” he added.
Bounty’s good deed got the attention of several Dancehall and Reggae artistes including his long time rival Beenie Man who lauded him for his contribution. The ‘King of Dancehall’ also shared a photo of Killer on his Instagram account with the caption, “[General].”
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Source: The Tropixs