Most recently, Ms Forson formerly of RuffTown Records made Ghanaians privy that her former manager, Bullet admonished her to part ways with her husband for no apparent reason.
Ms Forson alleged that Bullet said marriage would hinder the success of her career adding that he said he cannot work with married women.
In an interview with Andy Dosty, Bullet described the allegations levelled up against him by Ms Forson as null and void. He said, “how can I do that? I respect marriage so much. I mean, what God has put together who am I to put asunder.”
According to him, the one request he made was asking Ms Forson and her husband sign a document that can allow her to go to work when it is needed regardless of the time and day.
“I was scared for my investment so I asked her to tell her husband to be part of it. She came to tell me that her husband says he wouldn’t sign the agreement,” he said.
The artiste manager stated that if he did not deal with married women, he would have asked her to go then.
“But I went ahead, invested in her and was hoping that her husband comes to join,” he added.
He stated the $50,000 was his own investment he was willing to make. Bullet added that not all of it may have been physical cash explaining there were expenses his resources could have taken care of.
“When she was leaving she didn’t tell me, because we were still talking, we had recorded songs, and did lots of things together,” he added.
As a reminder, Ms Forson is now with Black Avenue Muzik which is owned by Ghana’s very own D Black.