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June 28, 2014
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Kartel's sons targeted by scammers

Curtis Campbell, STAR Writer

Vybz Kartel's common-law-wife, Tanesha 'Shorty' Johnson, is advising the public to refrain from sending money to unscrupulous persons on social networking website Facebook, who claim to be booking agents for her sons, Little Addi and Little Vybz.

According to Shorty, the boys are just beginning to hone their craft as deejays and she does not want them to suffer at the hands of Internet bullies.

"A lot of people creating Facebook account under my name and I am not on Facebook. People are taking bookings for my sons and collecting people money and I want them to stop doing that," she said.

Shorty, who now operates her own record label called Short Boss Muzik, says Little Addi and Little Vybz are currently off the market for promoters.

"I don't start taking bookings for my sons as yet and I have never owned a Facebook profile before. Some persons are even telling me that they are friends with me on Facebook and that is new to me," she said.

Little Addi and Little Vybz have already released singles like Hello Daddy and Gimme Di Money. Short Boss Muzik recently released a Vybz Kartel single called Down Kingston. The song has already garnered over 60,000 views on YouTube.com.

curtis.campbell@gleanerjm.com

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