Three years after hiplife artiste, Criss Waddle took a swipe at Mark Okraku-Mantey for describing his ‘Ayii’ song as one with no moral value to the Ghanaian youth, the Slip Music boss has fired back at the artiste describing his reaction as “childish”.
According to the outspoken personality, he expected Criss Waddle to do hit songs than stating that he had achieved more in life than him [Okraku-Mantey].
He passed this comment when he was about making a submission on Hitz FM’s Daybreak Hitz on the current feud between Criss Waddle and Shatta Wale over the ‘Bie Gya’ song titles.
“Criss Waddle has an issue with me. Sometime ago, I passed a comment on his song on Mentor. He in reaction hurled insults at me claiming he is more successful than I am because he has cars and all that. I was like, ‘ah, childish talk’. You have a car etc. so what?” he told KMJ.
“In the music industry, he is relatively new. So if you have an issue with my remarks on your music, you don’t talk about your cars. Not at all. Bring me hits like Sarkodie and Bisa Kdei are doing. Then I see you are delivering,” Okraku-Mantey added.
As bold as Mark sounded, he cared less about a probable response from Criss Waddle.
“Go and find out about the one who was able to tell it as it is in this industry. I am the one. I opened fire long time ago. Currently, I am like water because water is more powerful than fire,” he noted.