The Gully God Mavado made his first visit to The Breakfast Club today and shed some light on a few items currently surrounding him. Addressing certain rumors and stories, as well as promoting his brand new single titled ‘Ghetto Bible.’ As a We The Best Music Group artist, Mavado says that his friendship with DJ Khaled goes back all to the way to the 1990s so it only makes sense that he would align with him. Furthermore, he expounded on his beef and reconciliation with fellow dancehall artist Vybz Kartel, saying that it is important for the two to make amends to set forth a better example for the Jamaican youth. Speaking of Jamaica, Mavado explains that he isn’t to keen on visiting there too often due to the constant harassment he faces at the hands of police.
Though Charlamagne had a difficult time understanding him through his patois accent, Mavado spoke on the police brutality that is dominating the American media, saying that this is actually a common occurrence in Jamaica, having had upwards of 20-30 of his friends killed at the hands of the police. He also went on to address his recent incident at Phillipe Chow, working with Jay Z, being at odds with former mentor Bounty Killer, Shottas 2, and much more. Check it all out in the interview above.