CURTIS CAMPBELL, STAR Writer
Dancehall artiste Vanessa Bling, formerly called Gaza Slim, has denied allegations that she and her former boss, Vybz Kartel, were sending each other messages alluding to sexual activities prior to his arrest.
The allegations started on Facebook last Thursday, after a Facebook page called 'Vybz Kartel pics exposed' shared BlackBerry messages allegedly sent from the Independent Ladies deejay to the self proclaimed 'World Boss'.
Vanessa Bling says she wants the culprits responsible for the controversial page to leave her name out of their garbage.
"I want you to kindly leave my name out of this madness and mixup. I am focused on myself right now, and I am not into this garbage. unno put Adidja through too much already, suh unno can stop now," Slim warned.
The artiste says she could not have sent those distasteful messages to anybody because she does not use Blackberry messenger or Facebook.
"Mi nuh use Facebook, and mi off a Blackberry for several years now. So whosoever a write dem things deh, please stop! I wouldn't write something like that, I don't know about that, and I am not into that," she continued. "People are always on Facebook and BBM pretending to be me," Vanessa Bling said.
The artiste is currently promoting her latest single called Touch Me Right.