I will expose late Ebony’s father – Bullet
The manager of the late dancehall artiste Ebony, Bullet, has promised to address all recent allegations made by Ebony’s father against him, soon.
Bullet (real name Ricky Nana Agyeman) is currently out of the country but has stated that he will be in Ghana in few days to respond to the “heavy,” “uninformed” and “blatant lies” supposedly peddled Mr. Opoku Kwarteng, Ebony’s father.
In post he made on his Facebook timeline, the artiste manager noted that he had received rafts of messages in his absence, explaining why a lot of people could not reach him via his phone number.
“I have observed with keen interest the interviews being granted by the father of the late Ebony concerning her daughter’s time with Ruff Town Records whilst she was alive. I have also received scads of messages from the media asking me about my side of the story. The first thing I read from the media’s messages to me before asking for my side is, “calls are not coming through.” This is because I am currently not in Ghana,” he wrote.
He further stated that once he arrives in Ghana, he is going to spill a lot of “deep things” on the matter.
“For such heavy, uninformed and blatant lies peddled by the father of my beloved late Artiste, I am ready to also respond and tell my side of the story. I would be in Ghana in few days and I am ever ready for media interviews on it. I have a mansion full of deep things to reveal.i mean deep deep things.Thank you and God bless you,” Bullet added.
Recently, Ebony’s father alleged on Adom FM’s ‘Entertainment Hall’ that Bullet had given him only GHc 2,000 out of GHc 39, 000 accrued from ticket sales at the Ebony Tribute Concert.
After Bullet replied the allegations with a press statement and mentioning all the monies he had paid Mr. Kwarteng as Ebony’s entitlements to her works, the father released a list of artistes and amounts they were paid for the tribute concert organised in honour of his daughter.
Almost all the people whose names appeared on the list have denied taking any money for the concert.
At the moment most entertainment enthusiasts are in a quandary over who may have authored that list.