Fame has gotten into Fantana’s head – Bullet

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Artiste manager and owner of Rufftown Records, Bullet has attributed Fantana’s recent behaviour to the sudden fame she enjoyed not long after breaking into the Ghanaian music scene.

According to him, the “fame has gotten into Fantana’s head” and that is why she is behaving the way she is, bent on tarnishing the hard-earned reputation of the label.”

He made this statement in an interview on Happy98.9FM’s ‘Ayekoo After Drive’ with DJ Advicer.

Bullet mentioned that if Fantana had a problem with someone on the label, she could have best resolved the issue in a private manner and not destroyed the image of her colleague and that of the record label.

He reiterated that he made Fantana who she is now, a household name in the country and that “fame has gotten into her head.” And that’s why she is behaving badly.

Fantana and Wendy Shay have been beefing over the past few days with the two ladies going hard at each other.

Fantana insisted that Wendy did not have any hit songs, tagging her ‘Uber Driver’ hitmaker as a local champion in the process.

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