Fantana Is Fake, Bullet Stole Her Name from Another Artist And Gave It to Her – Nana Kwaku Amoah Makes More Stunning Revelations

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Starboy Kwarteng has retired from making Bullet’s life a living hell, but that job has now been taken over by Nana Kwaku Odoom Amoah, a self-described ‘music researcher’.

Kwaku has been taking Bullet to the cleaners every chance he gets, either on social media or in one particular interview with Sammy Flex on Zylofon Fm.

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He has alleged Bullet has been stealing songs for his artists, claimed his irresponsibility lead to Ebony’s death and even implied spiritual connotations surrounding her passing.

In that same interview, he also alleged that the current Fantana introduced by Bullet is not the real Fantana.

According to him, the real Fantana is someone he knows and that Bullet has stolen her name for the current one.

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“Everybody in Ablekuma knows the real Fantana. She was with Bullet before Ebony died. The new Fantana is not the original Fantana. I can get you the number and pictures of the real Fantana because I even spoke to her this morning and she was speechless,” he told Sammy Flex.

“I have no issues with Bullet but I want him to come out and clean his mess. Ask him where Miss Forson and Brella are? Bullet is just wasting our talents in Ghana.” he added.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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