- Kwame A Plus has also criticized Zylofon Media's boss for his "Ebony bail out" social media posts
- He asked the Zylofon Media CEO where he was when Ebony needed funds for costumes and studio time
- He said Bullet congratulated Bola Ray for how he managed Ruff N Smooth
Former Ghanaian rapper, Kwame A Plus, has criticized the Zylofon Media's boss, Nana Appiah Mensah, for tweeting about how Ebony Reigns wanted him to bail her out of the contract she had with her manager, Bullet.
In a 446 word post shared on his Facebook page, Kwame A Plus recalled how a little over a year ago "we all watched" a video of an upset Bullet criticizing event organizers for not playing Ghanaian content but wanting Ghanaian artists to participate in their programs.
He wrote of how Bullet would wake up early every morning to make the rounds at TV stations just to promote his then fledgling artist, Ebony.
"There were times when he worked while Ebony slept. Unfortunately most people have forgotten the effort Bullet put in her career." Says A Plus.
A Plus goes on to say that he's saddened at the fact that after all the hark work Bullet put into promoting Ebony Reigns, people are now posting negative things about him. The saddest one being the Zylofon Media CEO's tweet.
"When Ebony needed help, when she needed money to pay for studio sessions, when she needed some money to buy costumes for a shows, where were you? It was Bullet who was there for her. Today you have money to 'bail her'."
A Plus went on to reveal how two ago himself, Bola Ray, and John Boadu met. He revealed that in that meeting, Bullet revealed that things were that rosy with Ebony, but that that was normal.
According to A Plus, Bullet - who used to be managed by Bola Ray in his Ruff N Smooth days - congratulated Bola Ray for how he [Bola Ray] managed him [Bullet] back in the day. Adding that he now understood what Bola Ray went through then.
"...he went on to say; "Kwame, when Bola was managing us (Ruff N Smooth) we did worse things so it's normal. I now understand what Bola has gone through...." and Bola smiled. He turned to Bola and said; "boss you have done well ooo. It's not easy to manage an artist." Writes A Plus.
A Plus concludes by adding that he's not saying Ebony was a bad artist, but that it's normal for an artist to get a point where they feel like they want more from their management. He also said he doesn't know Zylofon Media's boss hope to achieve in his post, but that he wishes him well in his endeavors.
Checkout A Plus's post and video below:
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