We’re occult, we worship different kinds of spirits’ – Showboy ‘exposes’ AMG clan

By Majesty 3 Min Read
Showboy ‘exposes’ AMG clan

Controversial Ghanaian socialite Showboy has revealed what he says are certain transactions involving the Arab Money Group (AMG), of which he is a significant participant.

He claims that the gang is supported by various spirits, each of whom fortifies their individuality.

As internet users have struggled to understand how AMG head Criss Waddle could have become so wealthy by creating songs that are perceived as “local,” it is worth recalling that Waddle has been called a ritualist over the years.

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Showboy did, however, also claim that Criss Waddle is the AMG group’s “grandmaster” despite proving that they engage in occultism.

AMG group co-founder and leader of the 2Hype gang, Showboy, stated, “As for us, I mean AMG boys, we are backed by different kinds of spirits.” We honour a great deal of objects. Criss Waddle is our mallam, and we’ve been doing that our entire lives,” he wrote on Snapchat.

In response to the ongoing conflict between Medikal and Okese1, he said these things.

Showboy offered his thoughts on the subject, stating that if Okese1 had followed his instructions and stopped battling the “Omo ada” hitmaker, all of Medikal’s attacks might have been avoided.

“I told Okese1 not to fight Medikal because AMG boys are lethal,” I warned. “What we revere transcends your comprehension,” he declared.


On social media in 2021, Medikal and Okese1 were at each other’s throats.

Following Okese1’s claim that Medikal had surreptitiously contacted Andy Dosty and thanked him for ejecting him from his studio during an interview, the latter two went viral on Twitter.

Their battle was marked by a litany of defamatory accusations from both sides.

In his tirades at the time, Okese1 made it clear that he and Medikal had unresolved problems resulting from betrayal and ungraciousness.

Nothing compares to blœd money, according to Criss Waddle

Prior to this, Criss Waddle denied the existence of money obtained through human rituals (blood money) in an interview with Sammy Forson on Hitz FM.

Blood money, or “Sikaduro,” as it is known in Twi, is nonexistent, according to Criss Waddle, and this fact needs to be repeated again.

When asked what he thought of a father who was caught sometime in 2022 for trying to sacrifice his daughter in return for wealth, Waddle responded as follows.

“If we don’t concentrate on the fact that there is nothing like that and we address the fact that the ‘juju man’ [ritualist] blah blah blah, then it means that it will pass and we will find someone else who will want to do something like that,” he said on Daybreak Hitz.

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