The CEO of RuffTown Records Ricky Nana Agyemang popularly known as Bullet has reacted to Ms. Forson’s claim that he demanded $50,000 from her to invest in her music.
Bullet in an interview with Zionfelix explained that he never knew Ms. Forson was married after she was initiated into RuffTown Records.
According to Bullet, he contacted Ms. Forson’s husband to sign an agreement where he will agree to allow his wife to do anything the record label requires.
Bullet added that he asked Ms. Forson’s husband to sign the agreement to be assured of his investment but he refused.
Bullet further stated that he then requested that Ms. Forson’s husband should be part of the investment team by investing $50,000 in his wife’s talent.
According to Bullet, he was ready with this share of the money and only asked Ms. Forson’s husband to also invest $50,000 to build her career which he also refused.
The CEO of RuffTown records explained that after this request he never heard from Ms. Forson and was later informed that she is now with Black Avenue Musik.
“I was the one who suggested the name Ms. Forson to her. I have paid most of her studio sessions and fed & clothed her before so she should stop tarnishing my image if she is no longer with RuffTown Records.
I didn’t ask her to give me $50,000 because I know she doesn’t have, I only asked her husband because I wanted him to be part of the investment”, Bullet explained.
It could be recalled that Ms. Forson in explaining why she left RuffTown Records revealed that the CEO, Bullet demanded $50,000 from her which she couldn’t afford.