Beenie Man Calls Out “Billboard” For Excluding Him & Bounty Killer From “Verzuz” Cover


Beenie Man has called out Billboard for excluding him and Bounty Killer from their cover art of the Verzuz battle, and this has got everyone talking.

“I guess billboard is REALLY THAT GUY 🤔,” Beenie Man tweeted yesterday. “When will DANCEHALL get it’s recognition???? Nuh matter how the impact, no matter the hard work, no matter how powerful the music is, them still try it everytime them get a chance. Ah time now man. #FixUp… Big up Swizz & Timz but this is what our genre face! Everybody fwd and tek piece and build up dem thing and then do everything to undermine the genre DANCEHALL where they got it from.”

Reacting to this sad development, Swizz Beatz shared a refixed version of the Billboard‘s cover art that included the dancehall artists.

“To our fans, while we are honored that Verzuz made the cover of Billboard, this would not have been possible without Beenie Man & Bounty Killer who set a big tone for our audience and represented for Jamaica. 🙏🏽🙏🏽,” Swizz wrote in the caption to his digitally-altered photo. “Thank You Billboard for the acknowledgement but, we feel this version of the cover best represents THE VERZUZ EFFECT.”

Billboard had yet to address this as at press time.

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