Bullet's Negligence Killed My Daughter — Says Ebony's Father

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Ebony’s father Nana Opoku Kwarteng has completely declared war on the late singer’s former manager Bullet, revealing all the ‘dirty secrets’ he promised to reveal once the funeral was over.
Mr Kwarteng has already labeled Bullet an abusive manager who verbally abused Ebony and he’s now laying the blame for her death squarely at his feet.
In his wide ranging interview with Kwesi Aboagye on Peace Fm, Nana Kwarteng said his daughter’s actions, particularly her decision to travel to visit the mother that day, were not properly monitored by her management as they should have.
“Nana Hemaa traveled very late in the night when Bullet was abroad, according to him. A good management team handling a 21 year old super star should have taken good care of her. Somebody should have been with her on that journey, somebody should have corrected her as she shouldn’t have made that journey on her own.” he said.

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“That is proper management, Ghanaians take things too easy. There’s more to the word management, I’m not being ungrateful but management should not be only about the music aspect of the artiste.
“When you’re managing someone, the person’s movement and all that concerns her is your concern.  As a father I did my bit, I expected management to do their part. The bit about my daughter embarking on that journey, means someone failed woefully in doing his job, she didn’t have that right to say she was traveling to visit her mother without any management member knowing or accompanying her. Management should have arranged that journey and make sure she was safe.” he added.

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