Ricky Nana Agyemang, also known as Bullet, the head of Rufftown Music, has refuted claims that he is an occultist who sacrifices his talents at the height of their careers for unexplained reasons.
When Rufftown Signee Wendy Shay was injured in an accident last week, news of it quickly spread.
Following the passing of his artist, Ebony Reigns in 2018, numerous Ghanaians criticized him on the X platform just moments after his artiste was engaged in an accident.
In an interview with Andy Dosty on Hitz FM’s Daybreak program, Bullet declared that he is a Christian and would never join a religious sect in order to sacrifice his artists.
Who would put so much money into an artist and then declare they want to kill her when they should be getting a return on their investment?
“I haven’t visited any juju. I’m unsure if it’s a spiritual assault. I’m taking this very seriously. Where would I be right now if Wendy had passed away? Ghanaians might accuse me of using her for blood money. The things I am hearing are very depressing, and I am scared. I would say the same if I were in their position,” he remarked.
Since 2018 to the present, Bullet has been accused of being responsible for the death of Ebony Reigns, his first female performer.
Despite the fact that Ebony passed away in a horrible car accident, some online users have blamed Bullet for her demise.
Fortunately, Wendy has been deemed healthy, okay, and responding to treatment by health authorities.
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