Bullet shames artists for waiting to be paid to perform at Ebony's tribute concert

Bullet shames artists for waiting to be paid to perform at Ebony's tribute concert

- Bullet has revealed that some artistes are demanding to be paid for Ebony Reigns' tribute concert

- He said these artistes came to her one week observation and made his of the event's publicity

- He thanked other artistes for supporting Ebony Reigns' tribute concert

Mr. Ricky Nana Agyemang, popularly known as Bullet, manager of the late dancehall sensation, Ebony Reigns, has revealed that some artistes have demanded financial compensation in order to perform at Ebony Reigns' tribute concert.

According to Bullet, some Ghanaian artistes are hypocrites. The late Ebony Reigns' manager revealed that some musicians are asking him to pay them to perform in Ebony's tribute concert even though they came to her one week observation, interacted with her fans and made use of that events live telecasting and publicity.

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"Now you're asking me to pay you for her tribute concert. I thought you loved her as you claimed on stage at her one week. This is pure hypocrisy," Bullet wrote on his Facebook wall.

Bullet went on to thank other artistes who agreed to perform at Ebony's concert, and expressed his appreciation for their support.

Bullet's record label, RuffTown Records, in collaboration with the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) and other sponsors recently announced that the tribute concert is to take place on Friday, March 23rd, 2018, at the Ghana Trade Fair Center.

Ebony Reigns died in a gruesome accident on February 8th, 2018, on the Sunyani Kumasi highway on her way back to Accra after visiting family in the Brong Ahafo Region.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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