Ricky Osei Agyemang, aka Bullet has made a shocking revelation over some top artistes who tried to sabotage Wendy Shay’s ‘Uber Driver’ song.
According to the Rufftown records boss, he was extremely shocked when a famous artiste called a TV station which was playing Wendy Shay’s song to question why they were regularly playing her video.
He further added that, Wendy Shay is an up-coming artiste and he hardly understands why some artistes are trying hard to bring her down.
He revealed this when speaking with Dr. Pounds on Hitz Gallery on Accra based radio station Hitz Fm.
“When she dropped her music and TV Stations were playing it, other musicians called the TV stations to question them on why they were playing Wendy Shay’s song too much. It is surprising too, when its coming from A-list artistes…” he said
“Wendy Shay was bemused when she witnessed this, but I told her it’s part of the game and she should do her own thing. I will guide her through to the top. She seems new to these stuffs…”
“it is a Ghanaian mentality. It’s business. Dr pounds if something should happen to you or a presenter at Hitz FM, Multimedia is not going to close down. KABA was at Multimedia, he died and Multimedia is still working.
“Rufftown Records is a business. I am doing business, people should rather say Bullet did well after all he went through; all the sufferings, bashings. He is on his feet trying to push other young talented artistes. Ghanaians should look at the positive side of it. I can wait for Ebony 100 years and Ebony is not going to come back. Music must go on, work must go on and people are saying I should wait?” he asked
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