Bounty Killer gives $100,000 to child with disability

Dancehall artiste, Bounty Killer

Dancehall veteran Bounty Killer has earned his name ‘The Poor People Governor’. Through his Bounty Killer Foundation, he has been helping to make the lives of many poor Jamaicans better.

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On Thursday (September 10), he was in Stony Hill, St Andrew, gifting a child with disabilities a $100,000.

“On behalf on the Bounty Foundation, here’s a cheque for $100,000,” he told the child’s caregiver, who expressed her gratitude.

Speaking with Onstage host, Winford Williams, Bounty Killer said he was made aware of the needs of the child by a friend.

“It was really Icon, a friend of mine who reached out to me, and said they’d be needing some help from the foundation,” he said.

Bounty Killer has often expressed that giving back is a big part of who he is. At the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, he was out and about providing food supplies to families who were impacted.