God Will Judge Me If I Had A Hand In Ebony’s Death, Not Man – Bullet Defiantly Says

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RuffTown Records CEO Bullet, has come out to address the allegation mostly thrown at him about having a hand in the death of his protege, Ebony Reigns.

Since Ebony died, Bullet has literally had no peace with accusations after accusations blaming him for Ebony’s death in one way or another.

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From Starboy Kwarteng to a certain Nana Kwaku Amoah, Bullet’s name always comes up when talking about Ebony’s death.

Bullet has responded to the allegations and has revealed it’s very painful to him to hear such allegations.

“I have nothing to say regarding the allegations levelled against me but one of the most painful allegations is the fact that I had a hand in the death of Ebony Reigns. What shocks me is the fact that people can say such a thing about any other person,” Bullet said on Happy Fm.

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“These allegations draw me closer to God than further. In spite of all the allegations, I still give thanks to God cause I’m still alive,”

Bullet added: “Ghanaians can say whatever they want cause in everything I start with God and if truly I have a hand in Ebony’s death there will be judgement and each and everyone will face it”.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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