CEO of Rufftown Records, Ricky Nana Agyemang, better known as Bullet has replied Ghanaian actor Prince David Osei after the latter expressed his disappointment in Wendy Shay over her latest comments in a recent interview.
Wendy Shay found herself in trouble again after her interview with Tv Africa in which she stated that through music, she can now boast of the luxurious material stuff she earlier mentioned and in her view, they are one of those things every young Ghanaian woman of her age dreams of acquiring.
According to David, Wendy Shay’s comments are shallow and not-thought-through of her to react in that manner.
Speaking to AK on Neat FM, the outspoken television personality opined that Wendy Shay is a celebrity who the youth look up to, so if she cites things like iPhone as her achievements in life, it’s a bad example for her fans.
Prince David Osei wondered if she was cut for the ambassadorial appointment for the National Youth Employment Authority.
“Is this the person they appointed as youth ambassador?? Shallow,” he wrote in an earlier post made by him on Instagram.
His comments which did not go down well with Bullet pushed him to react in a post on Instagram. According to Bullet, the full interview session was edited to be promoted negatively just to gain traffic and attention and that Prince David who has been in the industry for long should know better.
Posting a snippet of the interview, he captioned: “So now has it gotten to the point that artist would have to be firm in granting interviews? You go through a full interview session and it comes out edited to be promoted negatively just to gain traffic and attention.@princedavidosei you have been in this industry for ages and it’s expected of you to know better,but how do you degrade yourself and act shallow?what has an artist personal assets got to do with an ambassadorial deal?lets support our own when they are going up and desist from pulling them down each and every time#rufftownrecords”