-CEO of Rufftown Records, Bullet, has warned other record labels to stay off his new artiste, Wendy Shay
-He said she is a property Rufftown Records.
The Chief Executive Officer of Rufftown Records, Ricky Nana Agyeman, popularly known as Bullet, has sent a subtle warning to record labels in the country to stay off his new artiste, Wendy Shay.
Wendy Shay’s latest single, ‘Uber Driver’ is already making airwaves and topping charts in less than a month of its release.
Like he did with late dancehall artiste Ebony Reigns, people have begun to shower praises on him for discovering and nurturing talents into great stars as Wendy Shay’s first single moved to number one on Youtube trending in less than 24 hours of its release.
You will recall that Bullet posted on his Facebook page that no artiste in Ghana has the kind of record Wendy Shay has set.
Seeing all this progress, it seems the manager wanted to ward off other record labels who would poach his new artiste so he took to his Facebook page to warn other record labels/managers to stay away from Wendy Shay as she is a property of Ruff Town Records.
Many social media users have interpreted this post as a subtle warning to the Zylofon boss, Nana Appiah Mensah.
Although Bullet never mentioned his name , it sure looks like a jab at the Zylofon Boss
“This is a rufftown property, bailers stay off and go get your own” he posted.
It would also be recalled that after the demise of Ebony Reigns, the CEO of Zylofon Media made a revelation that the late Ebony Reigns begged for a bail out . It is certain Bullet doesn’t want such to happen again so he has warned Nana Appiah Mensah and other labels beforehand to stay of his new signee Wendy Shay.
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