-Bullet has disclosed in an interview that his team was in talks with Akon to sign Ebony
-This comes as a sharp rebuttal to Zylofon Boss claim that Ebony reached out to him 'secretly' for a 'bailout'
-Bullet has described Nana Appiah Mensah’s claim as insulting and ridiculous
Ricky Nana Agyeman, manager of the late Dancehall singer, Ebony Reigns, has made a fresh revelation about Ebony’s career.
According to the manager, commonly known as Bullet, before her untimely death, they were in talks with international music star, Akon, to sign Ebony onto his Konvict Music record label.
Bullet made this revelation in an interview with Abeiku Santana on Okay FM on Monday.
The talks with Akon, the Senegalese singer born Alliaune Damala Badara Thiam, involved a huge sum, Bullet disclosed, according to a report by Mynewsgh.com.
Bullet’s revelation came on the heels of claims by Zylonfon Media Boss, Nana Appiah Mensah, that Ebony wanted a rescue mission involving the sum of $100,000 from him.
According to the Zylofon Boss, Ebony wanted him to “bail her out” with that amount paid to her manager, Bullet, so that she could be “free.”
His comments, however, attracted a huge backlash from the members of the public who believe that the timing was wrong and the allegation damaging to Ebony’s memory.
Bullet has described the Zylonfon Media CEO's claim as unfortunate, ridiculous and insulting to his personality and Ebony’s brand.
According to him, $100,000 is no money and that Ebony’s brand was not that cheap.
He further revealed that a Kasapreko deal Ebony signed in January was even more than what Nana Appiah is quoting and so he wonders why he would make such allegations.
If Bullet’s revelation about Akon’s willingness to sign Ebony is anything to go by, then Nana Appiah’s claims raise an eyebrow.
In all, only Ebony or a documented evident could address this delicate issue.
Ebony Reigns, born Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng, died in a gory accident last week Thursday on her way to Accra from the Brong Ahafo Region.
She died a day before she was to headline the Belgium edition of “Ghana Meets Naija.”
Her shocking death is a big blow to her family and Ghanaians at large.
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