Daddy Freeze has come out to defend the singer saying that one mistake doesn't define him and that the pressure on young entertainers is unimaginably enormous.
Now, media personality, Daddy Freeze, has come out to defend the singer saying that one mistake doesn't define him and that the pressure on young entertainers is unimaginably enormous.
"This gentleman is a good person. One of the most respectful young people I know. One mistake doesn't define him.
The pressure on entertainers, especially the young ones is unimaginably enormous.
Born into a nation where money is king doesn't help either.
Young people, please don't bow to societal pressure to conform, be yourself, money is not the only currency you can spend. Understand the language of your talent and speak it well and your success will be televised. ~FRZ (Bible teacher, servant of the true God, Convener, #FreeTheSheeple movement, leader, #TheFreeNation)."
According to news reports, Dammy Krane remains in police custody but on the bright side, a defense attorney has been appointed to represent the singer in court.
Identified as Deborah Prager, the defense attorney will be representing Krane in court where he now faces a 9- count charge, including fraud and grand theft.
According to the reports, Grand theft is a felony offense, with penalties including prison time, probation, fines, restitution, and a permanent criminal record.
As earlier reported, the pop singer was arrested on Friday, June 2, in Dade County, Miami, Florida and is currently in jail with his bail set at $5,000.
Krane, who is based in the U.S is expected to pay a sum of $17,500 for all the infringement according to the mugshot display.