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Deva Bratt, Munga to clash? on Sun May 02, 2010 10:58 pm



File photos - Munga Honourable and Deva Bratt

Settlement promoter remains optimistic

Sadeke Brooks, Staff Reporter

Although Deva Bratt is gearing up for a clash at The Settlement: Unfinished Business, on June 12, Munga says he will not be facing off with him.

"No such thing. They tried contacting me twice but I declined the offer," Munga told THE STAR when contacted yesterday.

Adding, "Mi done bad from mi born. A me sing a slew of hits. Deva Bratt only have one song a play pon radio, so mi nuh have nutten fi gain deh so."

Instead, Munga says he is focusing on his record label Hilltop Records, which has artistes like Sustain and Mad Rhyme. He says he is also doing songs with producers like Cool Face, Don Corleon and Mosiah Music.

However, when contacted, Thompson was still optimistic about the clash.

"There is a possibility. Deva is in high gear. I spoke to Munga but he did not say yes or no at the time. So, I would not be committing myself to Munga," he said.

I don't feel anyway

Meanwhile, Deva Bratt says he has spoken with the promoter of the event Tommy Thompson, who expressed an interest in both artistes clashing.

"If the opponent is going to make himself available, I will do it. It's not necessary. I don't feel anyway about clashing (with Munga). It's not the best thing or the worst thing for my career, it is just something," he told THE STAR, noting that he is focusing on his record label Krucial Konflict and songs like Give Me A Lisa Hype and Lonely Man, that he currently has out.

"It's not gonna make anyone surprised 'cause they know what's gonna happen already," he added.

In the event that Munga does not decide to clash, Thompson says a replacement will be provided. But he said there will be other acts on the event like, Merciless, Popcaan, Blak Ryno, Flexxx, Face and Lisa Hype.

There will also be another face off between LA Lewis and Mr G (aka Goofy). However, Thompson is yet to decide on the artistes who will be clashing at the show.

In 2007, Munga and Deva Bratt were involved in a physical altercation on stage at Stone Love Anniversary, after Munga openly insulted Deva Bratt in his song Talk Dem A Talk.

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