Criss Waddle in the heat of responding to fans who were lashing him for attacking the self acclaimed dancehall king Shatta Wale over the song Bie Gya, cleared the air about his sexuality.
Before that, there were rumors about the Tema based artiste’s inability to having emotional connection with the opposite sex.
In a video released by him, he said it is never true that he is gay and that, he is yet to see any guy who loves women more than him.
‘The gay part is what dey vex me more, there is no one who will be cool with something that is untrue about him. I mean I love girls; it is never true that I am gay but then I don’t care.
“I have other things I am churning my energy into. I have had issues with boys because I take their girlfriends away from them so I wonder why none of them have come out to talk,” he said in the video.
He is one of the rare exceptions of people who lived music right from birth. Real name Criss Kwaku Waddle, Waddle’s ‘exposure to good music commenced right from childhood.
Born in the emcee invested harbor town Tema, Criss grew up in the company of two strong musical brands Paedae and Mugeez of R2Bees.