Usain Bolt shares cyrptic message amid SSL scandal

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Usain Bolt shares cyrptic message amid SSL scandal

Retired sprint legend turned music producer Usain Bolt took a jab at Stocks and Securities Limited (SSL) who are responsible for fleecing his investment account of approximately J$1.2 billion, (just under US$10 million), leaving only US$2,000.

While Bolt was tight-lipped about the situation he broke hia silence this morning January 16 when he posted a five-second snippet of his 2022 track Cryptic World, on Twitter and Instagram.

According to reports around SSL, the company alleged that an employee along with a few other people stole money from Bolt’s investment account which the claim was being investigated internally since November 2022 – however the employee was still employeed up until last week.

Reports are that Bolt, who opened the account in 2012 and reportedly never made a withdrawal, is said to have invested just under US$10 million.

However, the source stated that only US$2,000 remains in the account.

Bolt posted – “In a World of Lies….Where is the Truth?The History Evil….What is the Root?…MONEY #CrypticWorld”