CEO of Rufftown Records, Ricky Nana Agyemang, popularly known as Bullet has responded to his former label member Ms Forson’s allegations that he demanded $50,000 from her to push her career.
In Ms Forson’s own words in an interview with Tv Africa, Bullet demanded $50,000 from her to fund her project after signing her. But because she didn’t have that amount of money, she was kicked out and replaced with another person who could afford the money.
In an interview with Zionfelix on his Uncut Show, Bullet revealed that he indeed demanded a sum of $50,000 from Ms Forson and her husband when she joined his Rufftown Records music label.
According to Bullet, he continued to fund Ms Forson’s recording sessions, fed her, paid transportation
Despite the husband of Ms Forson inability to show commitment by providing the $50,000 requested, Bullet disclosed using his own money to record the songstress, feed her, pay transportation and buy clothes for her.
I didn’t ask her to give me $50,000 because I know she doesn’t have, I only asked her husband because I wanted him to be part of the investment
I was the one who suggested the name Ms Forson to her. I have paid most of her studio sessions and fed & clothed her before so she should stop tarnishing my image if she is no longer with RuffTown Records.