Fantana sings after Bullet sacked her from RuffTown Records (Video)

Fantana sings after Bullet sacked her from RuffTown Records (Video)

- Fantana has sung in a new video after Bullet sacked her from RuffTown Records

- She sang “your lyrics are finished go, go, go away” while dancing

- Fantana was sacked after claims by Bullet that she is disrespectful

- Her fans have praised her

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Fantana has sung in a new video after she was sacked by her former boss Bullet from the RuffTown Records.

She sang that “your lyric is finished…go, go, go away, go go go away”.

We cannot tell if Fantana by so doing was saying that Bullet’s lyrics for her were finished and so she was sacked.

However, she looked unperturbed as she danced freely in the video while shaking her assets.

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Fantana’s fans have reacted to the video with many of them saying they miss her.

For instance, Ceaka, Mildred, and 2pm all said they missed her:

__ceaka: We miss you more”

mizz_mildred_: “We miss you.”

2pm_music: “We missed u dear.”

Acosua said Fantana was looking beautiful:

acosuarayne1: “Wooww looking beautiful darling.”

Lynna loves her:

immlynna: “My love.”

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Meanwhile, Fantana was sacked by her former boss Bullet after she was accused of disrespect and also going against her contractual agreement.

She was said to have defied Bullet's orders and snubbed a meeting arranged to discuss her affairs.

Her contract with RuffTown Records has not even lasted for long, unlike Wendy Shay who has been with Bullet for a little over two years.

The 23-year-old singer was also in the news some time ago after alleged photos of her as an ex-convict were leaked on the internet.

Fantana later explained telling what led to her arrest.

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