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Can We Say This Is Bullets Response To Ebony’s Dad?

Musician turned record label owner, Ricky Nana Agyeman popularly known as Bullet has subtly responded to late Ebony’s father over allegations against him.

Nana Opoku Kwarteng, father of the late dancehall queen Ebony Reigns, in an interview over the weekend alleged, he received only GHc 2,000 from her late daughters tribute concert.

The above statement may not have gone down well with Bullet who was in-charge of the event.

He took to his Facebook page to give details on how record labels operate and cited greed as the reason why many record labels have given up on managing and producing artists. 

He said, “I now understand the reason why record labels like agiecot,goodies,Abib,first class,lexifry,lisarf,big Ben,kaakyire music,low down,,big daddy, odwenanoma,vybetown,slip music,bandex e.t.c stopped bringing out artist!GREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEED! Record labels spend millions to blow just one artist so appreciate our effort and understand  that you have ur talent and all your spiritual backings but video, music recording, music promotion,branding, welfare, costumes,air tickets,stylist,events, security, transport and everything about you the artist is money that the label spend.so don’t think any money that comes from shows and other avenues is for you the artist alone,you get what belongs to you and that is ur percentage!

#recordlabelisnotacharitybusiness

#youcantbringrufftownrecordsdown

#Godwillbethejudge

#longliverufftownrecords“

Mr Kwarteng and bullet have not really been in good terms after the demise of Ebony, is this just one of the many times we will see the two come against each other. 

Well, the forthcoming days will tell and you can trust Georgebritton.com to keep you updated.

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