Popular YouTube sensation turned deejay, Clifton Brown aka Clif-Twang, was reportedly taken in by the Grants Pen Police this past weekend.
The man who's internationally renowned for coining the terms, "Nobody Canna Cross It," and "Di Bus Can Swim" was leaving Jamaica House following a meeting with Information Minister, Daryl Vaz and heading for the Barbican area in St. Andrew. All of a sudden, Clif-Twang heard sirens trailing his vehicle but didn't think that they were trying to stop.
In an interview with IRIE FM, Clif-Twang explained the incident; suggesting that he kept on driving as he didn't suspect he was being sought by anyone. The internet superstar continued to drive his vehicle before pulling over at a stop light, when police asked him if he didn't realize that he was being stopped.
He then pointed out that the car he was driving was a rental he was due to return later that day and after further speaking with officers, Clif-Twang was taken in by the Grants Pen Police where he would be charged and a issued a ticket for his troubles.
It's the second instance in which Clif-Twang was involved in an issue with the law. Last month, Clifton was hauled off to Family Court after his baby's mother accused him of failing to provide adequate support for his children.
Meanwhile, Clif-Twang has taken his unique style to music; unveiling his debut single, "Wat If Mi Frass," featuring Alloby that was an endorsement of Corey Todd's new rum brand, Yaad Swag. Earlier this month, Cliffy Twang unveiled another single entitled "School Girl (Education is The Key). Both songs have received tens of thousands of views via YouTube since their releases.