Did Alkaline Use Tommy Lee Photo On Artwork For Diss Track “Red Eyes”

Alkaline new single “Red Eyes” is already sparking some controversy with rival deejay Tommy Lee Sparta.

The Vendetta deejay is not promoting the single as a diss track, but fans were quick to catch on starting with the artwork. The artwork for the single shows a man looking through a hole in a zinc fence. Some folks on social media are saying that the person’s eye and facial features trongly resembling that of Tommy Lee Sparta. “Watch Tommy Lee a peep on the man life stop watch the man career Vendetta done them,” one Alkaline fan on Instagram wrote.

Alkaline or anyone on his team couldn’t confirmed these rumors when we reached out to them, but the Vendetta head and Tommy Lee have been beefing for a while. Up until now, the beef has been mostly one sided with the former Gaza deejay releasing a slew of diss tracks over the past several months. Alka never responded to any of the songs, but could this new track released yesterday be a diss aimed at the Spartan deejay. “Want fi know weh mi a do the pu**y them a eyes me / Them a eyes them a eyes them eyes / Can’t shot a piece and them no criticize me,” Alkaline deejay over the Lee Milla-produced beat.

Do you think the eye on the artwork for the single is that of Tommy Lee Sparta? Share your thoughts in comments below.