According to the singer, she was not married when she first met Bullet. Ms Forson also noted that the latter did not attend her marriage ceremony.
In an interview monitored by PlugTimes.com‘s Yaw Sarpong, the Black Avenue Muzik act has mentioned that her then manager haboured fear in her, with regards to her budding music career.
“I can say he forcefully made me quit my marriage,” she told blogger Zionfelix in a latest interview.
The ‘Wo Be Su’ crooner revealed as a result, she had to speak to her family about it and the marriage lasted for about four (4) months, although she was happy in it.
She also narrated how Bullet brainwashed her with the “music doesn’t work with marriage” mantra. She went to mention a number of female musicians who are married and are doing well in Africa’s music industry.
Watch part of the interview below:
Ms Forson was first introduced in the music scene, unofficially by Bullet at the 2018 VGMAs.
She joined D-Black‘s Black Avenue Muzik this year and was officially announced as a member of the label in June 2019.
She recently told Larry Bozzlz that Bullet also wanted her to finance her career with $50,000.
Source: Yaw Sarpong | PlugTimes.com