A new artiste signed onto Bullet’s label, Rufftown Records, has revealed that her boss refused to sleep with her when she offered herself to him.
According to Kiki Marley, she wanted to use sex to thank her label boss for not only discovering but signing her as well.
In an interview on Okay FM, she stated that Bullet rather encouraged her to focus on music and building her career when she offered him her body.
Her comment follows accusations that Bullet has been having sexual relations with his female signees.
When his first artiste Ebony was alive, she had denied the claims but the rumours began again when Wendy Shay was signed.
The ‘Uber Driver’ hitmaker on numerous occasions has denied the claims.
Bullet later wrote in an Instagram post that the claims that he has been sleeping with artiste have affected his love life.
But on Okay FM, Kiki Marley said that all her boss is interested in is pushing his artistes to greater heights while unearthing new ones.
She revealed that his intervention in her life has not only built her up as an artiste but also changed her financial status.
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