Vybz Kartel has warned industry players to desist from doing business with several fake Instagram accounts pretending to be his ex-lover, Shorty (Tanesha Johnson).
Earlier this year after the couple split, the Dancehall star announced that Shorty is no longer authorized to conduct business on his behalf.
The incarcerated deejay recently issued another public advisory to disc jockeys and producers to stop sending money to the fake account.
All his business is now being handled by TJ Records producer, Linton TJ White, according to Vybz Kartel.
“How many times I have to say this, stop sending money to this page!” the “Do It” deejay wrote.
“It’s a fake page! Only TJ Records deal with Gaza business! So if di money not coming to TJ, don’t D.M. Dis DJ,” he added.
Vybz Karte, who is awaiting the outcome of his appeal trial, is gearing up to release a brand new album “Exiled Pharoah.” The project will be produced by TJ Records.