A member of the music group Keche known as OJ (Joshua Ampah) says former manager of the late Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng affectionately called Ebony is acting immature.
According to OJ, Bullet is expected to grant interviews and explain to Ghanaians if indeed musicians including Keche were paid to perform at Ebony’s tribute concert.
“Ebony’s father is granting interviews and spreading false information that we took money to perform, why can’t Bullet grant and interview like the father is doing to save our reputation?” Keche OJ angrily told STV African in an interview.
It could be recalled that during Ebony’s tribute concert which was held some weeks after her unfortunate death, Ghanaians were made to believe that all artistes who performed on the night did so for free. However, a document released by father of the late Ebony proves that Bullet made payment to the artistes who performed on the day.
Unfortunately, Bullet is currently not in Ghana to respond to the allegations but from a source, the RuffTown records CEO says he’s innocent of the viral document which outlines the amount paid to artistes who performed at Ebony’s tribute concert.