Bullet Should Come Out And Clear The Air About Us Taking To Perform At Ebony's Concert — Keche

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Keche

Members of the hiplife singing group Keche are livid following an allegation thrown out by Ebony’s father, Nana Opoku Kwarteng, that Bullet had claimed some artists received money before performing at the Ebony tribute concert.
‘Starboy’ Kwarteng, as Ebony’s father is known, produced a document a few days ago which he claimed to have received from Bullet as a receipt of the tribute concert.
Since releasing that document, numerous artists have come out to deny ever taking any money to perform at the concert and Keche are one of them.
Keche, whose name appeared on the list, are angry and want Bullet to come out and clear the air that they did not take any money.
“Ebony’s father is granting interviews and spreading false information that we took money to perform, why can’t Bullet grant and interview like the father is doing to save our reputation?” Joshua, one of the group’s two members, said.

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Bullet has promised to respond to the allegations, although he’s currently out of the country thus needs to return before doing so.


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