The Firearms Licensing Authority (FLA) of Jamaica is investigating Dancehall selector Tony Matterhorn after reports surfaced that he had made serious threats against fellow artiste Bounty Killer on Instagram. The selector, whose real name is Duffton Anthony Taylor, also had his firearm seized by the FLA pending the outcome of the investigation.
The on-again, off-again feud resurfaced last month after the popular selector became enraged by claims made by Bounty Killer on Fat Joe's Instagram Live, where they briefly glossed over Killer's infamous feud with Matterhorn.
“Tell the people dem why you an Matterhorn nuh bl–dcl–t gree, because of a gyal weh mi never f-ck,” he said on one IG Live.
Bounty claimed he played a key role in Matterhorn's rise and claimed Matterhorn betrayed him nearly 20 years ago.
Matterhorn has repeatedly downplayed Killer's role in his rise to the position of selector, revealing that a woman was at the center of the feud between the two, adding that the irony was that he had not been sexually involved with the female in question.
According to the allegations, Tony Matterhorn went on another wild rant on social media, issuing several threats against his former friend-turned-foe before the FLA intervened.