Speaking with THE WEEKEND STAR recently, Brown explained that this is the not the first time persons have collected money falsely to do work with his artiste.
"You have people pretending to be me and collecting money for Busy to do shows, dubplates and songs," he said.
In December, Brown said he got a call from a man threatening him. He said the man claimed that he sent US$3,000 (J$261,000) to him as payment for a song that Busy Signal should have done with a female artiste in the United States.
After further checks were made, the other parties realised that the person the money was sent to via Western Union was not Brown or anyone affiliated with him.
shows in Guyana
A week later, Brown said he got another call from a woman claiming that she booked Busy Signal for three shows in Guyana between December 31 and January 2. However, Brown said the artiste already had shows for Ghana, Africa, that were scheduled to start on December 26 and end in January. FULL STORY