ZJ WAHWAH MISTAKEN FOR CONVICT

Former radio deejay Wahwa has been implicated in what could be considered the biggest blunder in television since 2016.

In an epic case of mistaken identity, a popular television station on Thursday reported that ZJ Wahwa was sentenced to 20 years in a US prison for scamming. However, this is not so.

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Investigations by Music News reveal that the man who was sentenced to 20 years was not ZJ Wahwa but Sanjay Ashani Williams from a Montego Bay address.

On October 25 last year, Wah Wah, whose given name is Deon-ville O’Hara, pleaded guilty to telemarketing fraud at a hearing in a Federal Court in the United States.

Then in September, the former radio deejay is said to have taken a plea deal where over 25-persons were reportedly implicated in the dangerous lottery scam.

Wah Wah was arrested in Florida in May 2014 after law enforcement officials found 1-hundred-and-5 thousand US dollars in cash in his luggage.

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