Bulldog caused some commotion on Thursday when he angrily took to social media to attack some artists as ‘hypocrites’, revealing they wanted to charge before performing at Ebony’s tribute concert.
Many fingered Shatta Wale as the culprit but Bullet has come out to clarify that it’s not him and according to others, it’s actually Yaa Pono who is the hypocrite.
According to the breakdown offered by a social media user, Yaa Pono is the one who offended Bullet to lead him to make that post. According to him, after the poster for the concert was put out Pono contacted Bullet to ask why his face was on it without his permission and that angered Ebony’s manager.
Check out how things unfolded and why Yaa Pono would most likely not be at Trade Fair next week.
THE HIDDEN TRUTH
After all fingers pointed at controversial Dancehall artist Shatta Wale following Bullet’s subtle Facebook post describing a particular Ghanaian artist as a “Hypocrite” (for refusing to perform at EBONY’S TRIBUTE CONCERT for Free), i hopped into my investigative wheels.
– Shatta Wale hasn’t even been contacted because of hostile relationship between himself and Rufftown Records (Bullet)
– Yaa Pono (who was listed as part of performing artists) called Rufftown Records to question why his name/image was included in the event (flyer) without his consent.
– There was an altercation during the phone conversation which seemed to have “angered” Bullet leading to his Facebook rant.
– Pono Biom during the late Ebony’s one-week memorial service performed Gbee Naabu to which he was “called to order”
by Ricky Rick