Mr. Vegas Denies Dissing Chronixx.

Irina Mossi Love Detective

Mr. Vegas was one of a few dancehall celebrities who were dissatisfied with planners of Reggae Sumfest during this season’s event.

After seeing the ultimate collection for the display, Mr. Vegas took to his Facebook to release his disappointment.

However, during his observation he designated future reggae new comer Chronixx. Some lovers were not too satisfied about Mr. Vagas statement.

Chronixx Responds To Mr. Vegas Tweets

“Nah knock Chronixx hustle, but Dancehall Night would have been a good
fit for him to make his mark,” Mr. Vegas said on Facebook. When the core
Jamaican people give you the stamp of approval, the rest of the world
is yours.”

Mr. Vegas also knocked I-Octane for closing dancehall night.

Mr.Vegas later reach out to Chronixx via his Facebook to explain his assertion.

This is what the MR. Vagas said:

“Chronixx, don’t let the ‘wicked media’ try to create any animosity with
you and I. I rate you as the future of jamaican music and the statement
I made was just my opinion.
I at no time said “YOU WERE NOT READY FOR SUMFEST”, my vision as a fan
was to see you on DANCEHALL night tearing down the place in front of a
core massive that gave all the Jamaican international star it’s first
stamp of approval to take on the rest of the world.”

Mr. Vegas recently shot the video for his singles “Give It To Har” and “Come Here Bubbler” in Kingston.

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