Ebony Had No Plans to Leave RuffTown Records, Ignore the Rumours — Bullet

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The death of dancehall sensation Ebony Reigns was not only a sad and demoralizing event but in the aftermath, it brought out a lot of nasty issues which had seemingly been buried under the sand by Ebony simply being alive.

To this day Starboy Kwarteng and Bullet don’t see eye to eye and some of the accusations they have made against the other would leave Ebony turning in her grave.

After Ebony’s death, another dispute which came up was an attempt to poach her from RuffTown by Zylofon Music.

Numerous stories came out about Bullet allegedly abusing Ebony which forced her to seek a way out of RuffTown. Starboy himself made some of the accusations and to this day some people believe Ebony would have left Bullet’s label if she was still alive.

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Bullet has responded to those accusations and debunked all of them. According to the record label executive, Ebony was extremely grateful to him for all he had done for her and had no plans to leave RuffTown anytime soon prior to her demise.

“If Ebony wanted to leave, it was because some people might have tried to win her over by giving her promises of money or convince her of better opportunities elsewhere,” he told Lexis Bill.

According to him she was content at RuffTown, and the accusations of abuse against him were nothing Ebony herself talked about.

“She never came anywhere to say Bullet did this or that. There was no interview that she badmouths me. Listen to all her interviews…if anything, she was the one who dictated what she wanted to do.”

He added that Ebony was very strongwilled and he kind of lost control of her, but she never had any problems with him to the extent that she would think of leaving.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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