Mr. Vegas says Marlon Samuels sold out west indies in match fixing allegations

Jamaica News: Mr. Vegas says Marlon Samuels sold out west indies in match-fixing allegations

In a what seems to be a brewing online dispute famous Jamaican Cricketer Marlon Samuels finds himself in hot water this time with iconic Jamaican dancehall artist Mr. Vegas. The 2 have taken to their Instagram and Facebook live pages to throw insults at each other, the last posts from Marlon involves his father has the 2 runs jokes about Mr. Vegas not being able to get a hit song and also critiques his Christian ways, labeled as to be “in and out of church”.

Tonight Mr. Vegas hit back with a statement saying that Marlon sold out west indies in past match-fixing scandal, alluding that Marlon took money to make us lose. Mr. Vegas also in another video said that Marlon’s father did not grow him good.

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