Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale has claimed that rapper Criss Waddle made money through “Sakawa” and fraud.
Shatta Wale alleged on the Delay Show on Viasat 1 television that Waddle spent the money he realised from his fraudulent deals on a fleet of cars.
He remarks come after Waddle claimed in a video posted on social media that Shatta Wale does not spend money when he steps out.
The self-acclaimed “Dancehall King” fired back by stating that he does not spend when he steps out because friends invite him out and buy drinks for him.
Shatta Wale said Waddle, on the other hand, engages in fraud and risks being arrested by the government.
“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.
“The day the government gets hold of him, they will take everything from him and that’s when he will learn his lesson that he is not making music money.
“If I’m asked how I made money to buy my cars, I can tell and show receipts. Criss Waddle should stop the fraud and the childishness,” he said.
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