Bullet Has Given Ebony’s Songs to Wendy Shay and Fantana to Perform – Starboy Kwarteng Alleges

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Over the past couple of months, we thought peace had finally prevailed between Starboy Kwarteng and Bullet, former manager of his late daughter, the great Ebony.

However, his recent comments should reopen those old wounds and probably start a new ‘beef’.

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When Ebony died, one of the 1,000 reasons for the rift between her father and her manager was the songs she left behind. As part of a compromise, Bullet said he would give all songs Ebony wrote herself to Starboy but keep those he wrote for her for himself.

Starboy, who probably wants the songs to give to his new artist and fake Ebony replacement Kim Maureen, claims Bullet has failed to give him any of the promised songs and he believes he’s probably using them for his new signees.

“I have not received a single song from Bullet, he promised to give me the unreleased songs of Nana Hemaa when we met at MUSIGA office, but since then I have never heard from him” he said during a chat with Radio 1.

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“He failed to give me the names of Nana Hemaa’s unreleased songs, I’m not sure but maybe that is the songs his artist are performing”. Starboy added.

Starboy is fighting to establish his new artist Kim Maureen but looking at what Bullet has done for Fantana in just a few weeks in the industry, even dashing Kim all of Ebony’s songs isn’t going to make her more popular without the right management.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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