Drake Associate Drew Dazzle Speaks On $500,000 Fraud Investigation For Drake Concert In South Africa
A man accused of posing as Drake’s manager and pocketing $500,000 for a Drake concert in South Africa is speaking out about the situation.
41-year-old Andrew “Drew Dazzle” Wilson is at the center of an alleged scam that suspects that Wilson used old copies of a contract to book a fake Drake and Nicki Minaj concert in South Africa.
In a recent interview with Mad Linx, Drew Dazzle, attempted to clear up the speculation saying, “There’s no truth to the alleged accusations. They never sent me no half a million dollars, so I want that to be clear.”
“There’s no bank account attached to my name for half a million dollars. I’ve never taken money for that amount of money for any shows.”
Wilson has a history of fraud.
In 2010, he was charged with 14 cases of fraud relating to falsifying documents, impersonation, possession of property obtained by crime and obtaining credit under false pretenses.
Listen to his interview with Mad Linx, where he attempts to clear his name of any wrongdoing in the $500,000 South Africa fake booking case.