Bullet hits Back at late Ebony's Father

The CEO of RuffTown Records, Ricky Nana Agyeman, popularly known as Bullet has reacted to recent comments by Nana Opoku-Kwarteng, the father of late musician Ebony.
Bullet‘s criticism comes after Mr Opoku-Kwarteng called the former a thief. According to the latter, Bullet gave him only Ghc2,000 out of an alleged Ghc40,000 proceeds from Ebony’s Tribute Concert held in March this year.
Mr Opoku-Kwarteng also noted that he heard about the amount of proceeds and as a result was expecting the late musician’s former manager to give an account of it, however, it never happened.
But Bullet who is obviously not happy with the sudden turn of events immediately took to Facebook to tag him and such ungrateful persons as a greeds.

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!

Bullet’s post explains how he worked diligently to bring out the best in Ebony but his efforts has recently been marred by a barrage accusations from the late musician’s father.
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