My Daughter Was A Very Good Songwriter, Bullet Lied About Writing Most Of Her Songs For Her — Nana Opoku Kwarteng

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Nana Opoku Kwarteng has rubbished claims by Ebony’s former manager Bullet that he wrote majority of the singer’s songs for her whilst she was alive.
Kwarteng, who has been firing numerous shots at Bullet since the singer’s funeral, said his daughter was a damn good songwriter herself and Bullet’s assertion is completely erroneous.
He said Bullet revealing he writes most of Ebony’s songs isn’t necessary and beside, it’s factually inaccurate.
“I can’t really challenge that (Bullet’s statement) because I wouldn’t know. I didn’t think he should talk about that because it’s not necessary. The lady (Ebony) is not around to challenge that fact. We know him to be a songwriter. Ebony also writes songs. She has about 20 unreleased songs. I know her to be a writer,” he said.
“Yes, she had the personality, voice and everything. She had already sent a demo to bullet that made him see the girl. She couldn’t have been that bad. She wasn’t bad. There couldn’t be any limitation, Bullet supported her but she was a songwriter as well. It wasn’t the case. He fell in love with her through her demos”, he added.

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Nana Opoku Kwarteng, who seems irritated with Bullet since Ebony’s death, has also revealed that Bullet was a terrible manager and that led to his daughter’s death.


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