CEO of RuffTown Records, Bullet has accused former signee Miss Forson of trying to destroy his hard-earned reputation.
Speaking on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM, the artiste manager, born Ricky Nana Agyeman, said, “those who left me including her want to go out and try to paint me black even though they are the ones who have wronged me.”
Ms Forson has been in the news claiming Bullet demanded $50,000 from her before he works with her.
The singer who was introduced shortly after Ebony’s death alongside Wendy Shay alleged that Bullet had forced her to divorce her husband of 4 months.
Ms Forson alleged that Bullet said marriage would hinder the success of her career adding that he said he cannot work with married women.
Bullet said no responsible woman would kill her mother if she is asked to.
In an interview with Andy Dosty, host of the show “how can I do that? I respect marriage so much. I mean, what God has put together who am I to put asunder.”
According to him, the one request he made was asking Ms Forson and her husband sign a document that can allow her to go to work when it is needed regardless of the time and day.
“I was scared for my investment so I asked her to tell her husband to be part of it. She came to tell me that her husband says he wouldn’t sign the agreement,” he said.
The artiste manager stated that if he did not deal with married women, he would have asked her to go then.
“But I went ahead, invested in her and was hoping that her husband comes to join,” he added.
He stated the $50,000 was his own investment he was willing to make. Bullet added that not all of it may have been physical cash explaining there were expenses his resources could have taken care of.
“When she was leaving she didn’t tell me, because we were still talking, we had recorded songs, and did lots of things together,” he added.
Bullet said Ms Forson was riding on his good name to trend and gain some clout to shoot her career.
Ms Forson now signed to Black Avenue Muzik has released a statement to apologise for her comments about Bullet.
Read her statement below:
Bullet, however, told Andy Dosty that he would sue anyone who goes round to spread lies about him adding that he is tired of the trend.
- Task force destroys excavators allegedly belonging to NPP Women’s Organiser
- Mahama’s ‘dumsor’ is different from Akufo-Addo’s – Kweku Awotwi
- Dr. Adoma Dwomo-Fokuo Odame: Dear Sam George, red is the only colour that matters
- Ghanaians to re-register SIM cards in June or risk losing phone numbers
- 23-year-old arrested for attempting to sacrifice his nephew for money
- Armed robbers jailed for robbing, raping pregnant woman
- Leicester issue Chelsea apology over Daniel Amartey FA Cup actions
- We pay ‘big money’ taxes and yet they burn our equipment – XtraGold Mining Company
- “I’m not proud of it” – referee for Hearts v Sharks game apologises for errors
- Galamsey: Desilting and dredging of the Offin river underway
Maritime insecurity remains a big threat-CDS
NPP Women’s Organizer seeks justice for burnt mining equipment
Kajeji SHS in dire need of infrastructure 30 years after its establishment
IES MarketScan: A year on, why hasn’t ENI and Springfield unitized as directed
Withdraw illegal guards or lose your license – Forestry Services Division cautions Licensed Timber contractors
Senior Staff Association at Universities of Ghana resume strike after no-show Tier II
Registration of SIM cards with Ghanacard likely to begin soon – Bawumia
Anthony Joshua v Tyson Fury: Deontay Wilder arbitration casts doubt over Saudi Arabia bout
DCOP Opare Addo vows to take action against Delta Force following his attempted forceful removal from office
Ayew gives Swansea narrow lead over Barnsley in Championship play-offs
Mark Okraku-Mantey and arbitrators resolve MUSIGA election impasse
Francis-Xavier Sosu: Dishonesty of government in its economic management exposed by IMF
Banks to remain resilient and supportive of resetting post Covid-19 economy back to stability – BoG
Recruitment for census 2021 based on merit – Government statistician
Schools must change their modus operandi in dealing with Muslim students – Sheikh Aremeyaw