Reggae star Jah Cure was quick to apologise for derogatory comments he made about the local selector community.
The apology came after at least three videos circulated on social media of the reggae artiste lambasting the sound clash fraternity for being 'cheap' and 'waste men'.
The artiste went on to make rude comments about their mothers, adding the he was wealthy and does not need their handouts.
This propelled many selectors to threaten to boycott Jah Cure's music.
As the clips make their way through social media channels, selectors have been deleting Jah Cure's songs from their playlists.
Popular selector Tony Matterhorn, who in his own Instagram post demanded an apology within a certain time, later posted that the entertainer had indeed apologised on Monday.
He accepted the apology and in turn showered praise on Jah Cure, calling him one of the greatest reggae singers.