Rufftown Records CEO, Ricky Nana Agyemang, popularly known as Bullet has called for an apology from Ghanaian songstress Becca for deceiving the so-called female celebs who were supposed to meet and greet American female rapper, Cardi B.
Over the weekend, self-acclaimed Ghanaian female celebrities like Afia Schwarzenegger, Akuapem Poloo, Hajia4real, and others thronged to the Kempiski Hotel and waited for over five hours to meet and greet the female rap star.
After they were disappointed, they then took to social media to express their displeasure but it seems Bullet whose artist was among the disgraced celebs is still not pleased with the aftermath of the sad event.
According to Bullet, Becca was the brain behind the whole meeting after she gathered the group of ladies to go and “meet and greet” Cardi B only to be snubbed for some sticks of kebab.
In a post on Facebook to voice out his frustrations, Bullet asked Becca to apologise to all the celebrities who gathered at the Kempinski Hotel to meet the rapper on her arrival.
According to Bullet, Becca made a fool out of her colleagues making them look like they had nothing to do with their time; meanwhile, they honoured an invitation that came their way.
See his post below: