The late Ebony’s manager, Ricky Nana Agyemang, often known as Bullet, recently opened up about the financial struggles he’s been having since the artist’s terrible passing.
In a recent interview with UTV’s United Showbiz, Bullet discussed the contractual issues that have left him with the obligation to pay back Midas Touch Records as a result of Ebony’s untimely passing.
Such an unanticipated incident was not covered by the original contract.
Bullet stated unequivocally:“I have not yet finished paying Midas Touch Records for the contract we signed for Ebony. As we speak now, I still owe Midas Touch Records, and I am still paying for it because the contract was supposed to run for some number of years for which they (Midas Touch) will share proceeds from works of the artistes, but we all know what happened.”
These disclosures follow occultism accusations made in the wake of a vehicle accident involving Wendy Shay, one of Bullet’s signees. Bullet vehemently denied these assertions, highlighting the fact that he had never entertained such ideas during his earlier troubles.
He declared, “It would be wrong for anyone to say that I am into occultism because when I was suffering, I didn’t even think about that and will be stupid to do that now when God is blessing me now.” He said.
Ebony Reigns, a musician, reportedly died in 2018 at the age of 20 after her automobile collided with a bus in the southwest of Ghana.
The dancehall and afrobeat musician, Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng, was on her way back to Accra after visiting Sunyani with two pals.