Criss-Waddle-1-300x169Hiplife musician, Criss Waddle says he was disappointed in Hiplife Grandpapa Reggie Rockstone for wearing ‘Adldas’ track suit to the 2016 Vodafone Music Awards ceremony.

Reggie Rockstone who wore the track suit to the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) said he was wearing it in solidarity with dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale.

According to the AMG boss in an interview with Dr Pounds on Hitz FM, he did not know why a leader will also contribute to the ‘Bie gya’ controversy between him and Shatta Wale, instead of resolving it.

“When the issue started Prodigal of VVIP reach out so we resolved it, but Reggie didn’t act right,” he said.

He explained that Reggie Rockstone as a leader could have maintained peace between them.

“As a Godfather of hiplife music, you can’t be a man in your house and watch your kids misbehave,” he said.

Criss Waddle said Reggie Rockstone was taking sides when he could have been the best person to resolve whatever differences they had, adding “What kind of picture was he trying to paint when he wore ‘Adldas’?

The ‘Bie gya’ controversy began when Criss Waddle first announced publicly that he was about to release a song titled ‘Bie gya’ featuring Stonebwoy.

Shortly after that, Shatta Wale also released a song with same title.

“When you speak the truth, people say you are disrespectful. Someone from VIP, Prodigal hit me up on FaceTime and was like he didn’t like what was going on. Why do we even call him the Grandpapa? He doesn’t act right. No grandfather will be at home with children and allow them to do whatever they want.”

“I lost respect for him when he did that,” he added.


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