Accusations that Ricky Nana Agyemang, also known as Bullet, is an occultist who sacrifices his artists while they are at the height of their fame have angered the CEO of RuffTown Records.
Following Wendy Shay’s accident on Sunday, the claim that her manager practices occultism has been revived, but Bullet finds such remarks demoralizing.
In 2018, the late Ebony, who was then signed to Bullet’s Ruff Town Records, passed away in a car accident, but Wendy Shay narrowly missed death in a comparable circumstance.
“I have been seeing videos of pastors saying I’m into occultism. Saying I’m trying to sacrifice my artist and a whole lot.
“Andy, you know how hard this work is, so who will invest time, money, and everything into an artiste and when it’s time to reap the person will kill or sacrifice the artiste.”
“I can understand them. They can say whatever they want to say, but my hands are clean, my heart is clean, between me and God, I have never been to any juju place, I am not into any occultism, I’m not in anything. All I know is Jesus Christ,” he stated.
Bullet promised Wendy Shay of adequate medical treatment and stated that he is working diligently to rectify such sad events. Wendy Shay is anticipated to be transported to Germany for more medical testing, according to Bullet.