Bounty Killer Foundation donates $400k to Tiger to Help with Medical Expenses

The Bounty Foundation,  launched by Bounty Killer and his Manager Bankey, has embarked on an outreach to assist Veteran dancehall Entertainer Tiger with medical expenses after suffering a stroke.

The Foundation presented a cheque  to the Artiste valued at $400,000.

A statement says Bounty is delighted to assist where possible, especially to a fellow artist who is facing hard times. He also appealed to anyone who can help to assist.

The foundation wishes Tiger a speedy recovery.

Tiger rose to prominence in the late ’80s with a string of hit songs including “No Wanga Gut”; “Puppy Love,” “Mi Lover Mi Lover” and “Me Name Tiger.” He also guested on lovers rock tracks by Anthony Malvo (“Come Back to Me”) and Maxi Priest (“I Know Love”), and in 1990 recorded a song with US hip hop group the Fat Boys.

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