Black Avenue Muzik signee Ms Forson has finally opened up on the real reason why he left Bullet's RuffTown Records.
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In an interview, Ms Forson has revealed that she had to leave because Bullet demanded an amount of money from her and she did not have.
The voluptuous artiste signed to Bullet's RuffTown Records at the beginning of 2018 and was supposed to be a label mate of Ebony before her demise. She was later joined at the record label by Wendy Shay following Ebony's passing.
But instead of being the torchbearer for RuffTown, Ms Forson got relegated to the background and she left the label after some months.
In an interview TV Africa, she said she had no choice than to leave the record label after the owner,
Speaking in an interview on TV Africa, Ms Forson disclosed that Bullet demanded a whopping $50,000 from her to fund her project.
According to her, since she did not have the money, she was forced to leave Rufftown for an artiste with that amount of money to replace her.
“He wanted me to finance $50,000, the whole thing – the project. All of a sudden he just demanded for $50,000 for which I wasn’t ready. So he had to substitute me for someone who probably had that kind of money,” she revealed.
Ms Forson's claims though not straightforward bring up questions on whether Wendy Shay got the $50,000 to pay or not.
Meanwhile, Wendy Shay has blasted entertainment pundit Ola Michael for describing her as ugly on radio.
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