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VIDEO DIRECTOR ANSWERS T.O.K

Posted: May 16, 2011
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I’m not a thief, not a con-artist nor am I in hiding says music video director Wayne South after being accused by T.O.K that he took off with money paid to him to create a video for their Friend For Life single.

South who says he feels disrespected tells Music News that he has a heart problem and was in and out of hospital. He also revealed that Alex of T.O.K is his cousin and could have called his mother.

T.O.K expressed to Music News last week that they need their money back or their video. The reggae quartet also explained that the situation made them feel angry, disappointed and disrespected.

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