Christopher Townsend, the attorney at law representing the artiste, told source that the interview did not go as planned because he was tied up with another matter.
“Unfortunately, it didn’t take place today (yesterday). I had another case to attend to. It was rescheduled for tomorrow morning (Friday) sometime before 10 a.m.,” he said.
The police launched a probe last Saturday after video began making rounds on social media.
The clippings shows a scantily clad woman playing with an object, resembling a firearm, before handing it to the DJ.
Townsend, in a previous interview with our news team, questioned the authenticity of the video.
“First and foremost, things that appear in social media do not necessarily mean that it is as it appears. It could be photoshopped, spliced and all kinds of things could’ve happened to it before being post to the internet.”
Since making that statement, another questionable video has surfaced.
The video is very similar to the previous clip, however, the person receiving the object from a female IS NOT ELEPHANT MAN.