Entertainment of Monday, 16 April 2018
We can’t tell if rapper Criss Waddle is the manager of Ghanaian Slay Queens Association (please there’s nothing like that), for saying this caliber of ladies were inconspicuous at the VGMAs because of the exorbitant entrance fee.
The Ayi hitmaker who obviously likes to get involved in antics that will make him trend, took to Twitter to mock Slay Queens who comparatively failed to come in their numbers for this year’s Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.
It has become the norm for most of these beautiful girls who trade sex for favours, to grace most of these outdoor events where they normally flaunts their assets in a bid to get the next available suitor.
But evidently they didn’t not ‘represent’ fully and this instantly got noticed by Criss Waddle.
The AMG boss attributed this to the high ticket prices which became too much for them to handle. The Tema-based rapper also took a slight dig at Patapaa and it’s hilarious.
“Because VGMA tickets went up to 500 Ghana Cedis this Year, Most Slay Queens missed it, we have suffered enough. We have had enough indeed. If they had showed up, they would have taken all the shine from Patapaa and his blue bed sheet. They allowed Patapaa to shine alone even though he won nothing at the awards, and for that, he should be grateful.
Readers will recall that the red carpet was not patronised by a lot of the known celebrities with many wondering where they were or whether they attended the event at all.