Award-winning rapper Bigg Faa has alighted from President Adama Barrow's bus.
In a recent video that garnered thousands of views, the Tallinding-based rapper said Gambians are becoming increasingly dissatisfied with Barrow's presidency.
"Nothing is working. Everyone is complaining. They said it's the smiling coast, but it turned to be the frowning coast," said Bigg Faa, who has been widely criticized because of his support of the NPP leader.
He added: "Everyone is frowning. Everyone is angry. Everyone is lazy. Everyone is stressed. Everyone is complaining. Taxi, van, they all increased the fares. Black pepper, onions, rice, oil, everything is expensive now. In just 5 years everything changed. Everything turned to hell."
Bigg Faa turned his back on President Barrow after the NPP's refusal to pay a balance of D900,000 being part of 5000 concert tickets they purchased on promissory.
The "Anything Anything" hitmaker told The Standard on Tuesday that he met President Adama Barrow during the presidential campaign in Jarra Soma and informed him about his album launch last November, and the president pledged to buy 5000 tickets after performing at the rally.
But they gave him only D100,000 and refused to pay the remaining D900,000.