Dancehall producer Rvssian, whose real name sis Tarik Johnston, after praising the US President’s visit to Jamaica, used social media to blast reggae artiste Chronixx.
This comes after Chronixx shared his controversial “waste man” Instagram post referring to the visit of US President Barack Obama.
Chronixx accused Jamaicans of glorifying a “waste man”, a derogatory term meaning a person who generally wastes time and achieves nothing.
Rvssian indicated that he may not be the “biggest Obama Supporter” but, given that Chronixx claims to be a man of “voice” and a “Rasta”, the producer believes the singer should practice “unity” instead of “division”.
The young producer then accused Chronixx of giving Jamaicans a “bad name”.
“Big up to @UsainBolt @BarackObama. thank you for having a great sense of humor with my Jamaican People. Now, Dear “MR WASTEMAN Chronixx” .. Same guy lol who said on HYPE TV “mi will sellout mi friends and family for little or nothing before mi sell out jah”. Well sir. If u sell out those two people, you just sell out Jah / God.. I’m not saying I’m the biggest Obama Supporter but you as a man who has a “voice” and claim you’re a “Rasta” should practice “unity” instead of “division”.. You’re also giving Jamaicans a bad name as supposedly being a role model.You’re also glorying Marcus Garvey.. Just like President Obama he has flaws (he did his little black star line Ponzi scheme ) but No man is perfect. A you shoulda name “Mr perfect” .. Next ting nuh you did perform on America jimmy Fallon show? Better watch you mouth before you lose the U.S. visa & won’t be able to count the US Dollars. Also. If you stand by your words. Why you delete the post? You just sell yourself short.
Doesn’t take a Rasta to bun a fire..
ps.. it’s not a white or black or religion thing.. My father is a rasta and I grew up in that. Taught the religion. As far as fully practiced the diet.
Somebody tag @ him nuh. Easeeeeee!” – Rvssian via Instagram.
The 26 year-old producer revealed that his father is a Rasta and he grew up being apart of that culture.