Rapper behind the ‘Ayi’ hit song, Criss Waddle has sounded a word of caution to music producer and one of the judges on TV3’s Mentor show over comments he made against his song.
Okraku Mantey said that, the ‘Ayi’ song is one of the tracks that had no moral value to the youth of Ghana. In a rebuttal, the rapper said “I’m not contesting in Mentor so Okraku Mantey should take my name out of his mouth.”
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Criss Waddle, a member of the music group R2Bees, has warned Mark Okraku Mantey, Chief Executive of Slip Music, to stop using his ‘Ayi’ hit song as a measure gauge on any platform.
The artiste manager and resident Judge for TV3’s music reality show Mentor on Sunday drew first blood when he stated categorically that Criss Waddle’s ‘Ayi’ song is one of the tracks that had no moral value to the youth of Ghana.
But Criss Waddle who seemed to be disappointed at Mark Okraku Mantey’s comment over his song cautioned that: “I’m not contesting in Mentor so Okraku Mantey should take my name out of his mouth.”
According to Criss Waddle, it was his fans who alerted him over Mark’s comment about his song as tweets from lovers of the song and ardent fans attacked the ‘defaming’ comment by Mark.
Fans of the Tema based music group also registered their displeasure over Mark Okraku Mantey’s comment on social platform Twiiter.com.
“This is like a Technical Skills Teacher trying to mark a Science student. Which Artiste has Mark Okraku Mantey produced successfully in Ghana before? His Record label is even a failure,” one of the comments on twiiter.com read.
Criss Waddle is one of the founding members of the R2Bees group. His quest to seek greener pastures took him off the scenes for a while leaving Mugeez and PaeDae to hold the front.
His ‘Ayi’ comeback song was sampled off sensational artiste Bisa’s ‘Azonto Ghost’ song which shot to fame in the latter part of 2012.