Bounty Killer to help renovate hospitals as part of Labour Day efforts


Dancehall Veteran Bounty Killer Is continuing his philanthropic efforts through his ‘Bounty Killer Foundation”.

Come tomorrow, May 23 which is being observed as Labour Day, the dancehall giant will be donating some 60 gallons of paint to the Victoria Jubilee and the Kingston Public hospitals.

He will also be carrying out painting duties at the two medical facilities. According to his manager, Paul ‘Bankey’ Giscombe, The Victoria Jubilee hospital was selected because that’s where ‘the general’ was born, while KPH offered care when he was shot up at the age of 16.

Along with the 60 gallons of paint, other donations will be made including diapers, AC Units and the feeding of over 300 people who are in need of food.

Back in 2018, The deejay’s 2018 Labour Day project saw him donating a refrigerator, air-conditioning unit, and tins of oil paint to Victoria Jubliee Hospital.

He and members of his team also helped paint its exterior.

Fans of the Deejay are also invited to take part in the project, by ‘lending a helping hand’.