Rapper and owner of the AMG Business, Criss Waddle, has offered to buy the upcoming Site 15 album by R2Bees for a whopping $25,000.
After much anticipation, the Tema-based music duo announced that their third studio album, Site 15, was going to be released in March 2019.
Reacting to the announcement, Criss Waddle who is also a Tema-based artiste expressed his willingness to purchase the Site 15 album for the colossal amount.
"The @r2bees album “SITE 15” drops on 1st March.....I wanna buy it for $25,000," Waddle wrote.
Criss Waddle has always portrayed himself as a rich young man since he came onto the music scene some years ago.
But Waddle who often flaunts his riches on social media has been tagged as a cyber fraudster (sakawa) on numerous occasions.
During Waddle's much-publicised 'beef' with Shatta Wale in 2016, the latter described the former in such manner.
“Criss Waddle does Sakawa and Fraud and so the day headquarters will arrest him he will account for how he made his wealth to buy his cars," YEN.com.gh reported Shatta Wale as saying.
The R2Bees album was supposed to be released sometime in 2018 but got delayed due to a distribution deal the group were finalizing with Universal Music Group.
The album which has been highly-anticipated by fans includes hit songs like Makoma, Plantain Chips, Tonight, We Dey Vibe and Could This Be Love.
Site 15 references the Tema block the cousins: Faisal Hakeem (Paedae da Pralem/Omar Sterling), and Rashid Mugeez (Mugeez) grew up in.
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