Tony Matterhorn has demanded a public apology from Jah Cure on behalf of all Dancehall selectors.
According to the veteran Dancehall disc jockey, The Cure has six hours to retract his controversial statement and things will return to normality.
“This message is for @therealjahcure ??no disrespect to u but just note [that] ur hereby obligated to comply to this message ✅ #soundfraternity?? NO BAD COMMENTS PLEASE JUST POSITIVE VIBES OK ??,” Matterhorn wrote.
Over the weekend Jah Cure disrespected selectors on social media, “A matter of fact, sound bwoy s**k unu muma!,” the Grammy-nominated recording artiste said in a video uploaded to his Instagram story. “Me name Jah Cure mi rich more…. than three-quarter a unu friend dem inna the industry. P***y mi nuh need dubplate money fi live.”
Jah Cure’s comment comes after he sent a stern warning to the music fraternity over the weekend letting them know that before they contact him for events or dubplates, they should ensure that their money is right.
“Be careful when you call my phone or email me,” Jah Cure said. “I’m not the brokest artiste in the business…. mek sure unu money good,” he continued.
Watch Tony Matterhorn’s video below.