The majority of Ghanaians have concluded that Ebony’s dad is ‘fighting’ with her daughter’s former manager, Bullet because of money and nothing else — sure the man himself confirmed it during his recent interview with Regina Van Helvert on GhOne TV’s Rythmz Live.
Mr Opoku Kwarteng stated that whatever he is doing is in the interest of her late daughter, he said, “Everything I do is in the interest of my daughter”.
The father of the late Ebony Reigns, Mr Opoku Kwarteng made some shocking revelations concerning the death of her daughter and how her manager, Bullet schemed up to cheat him of the money due him after Ebony’s demise.
Mr Kwarteng in an interview with Regina Van Helvert on GhOne TV’s Rythmz Live came out with a list of artistes who took money to perform at her daughter’s tribute concert given to him by Bullet.
The father of the late Ebony Reigns, Mr Opoku Kwarteng in an interview with Regina Van Helvert on GhOne TV’s Rythmz Live levelled various allegations against the former manager of her daughter, Bullet.
One of the damning allegations he levelled against the CEO of RuffTown Records, Bullet was that he [Bullet] hand in her daughter’s sudden and painful demise.
Manner Records signee, Petrah has disclosed that she is really ‘dying’ to collaborate with Dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy and South African rapper Nasty C.
Petrah answering the question of the artistes she wishes to collaborate with when giving the opportunity in an exclusive interview with Regina Van-Helvert on Ghone TV’s Rythmz Live said; “Stonebwoy and Nasty C”.
Ghanaian highlife legend, Abrantie Amakye Dede who’s musical works were unlawfully auctioned by Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) at the Presidential Grand Ball is demanding GHc10,000 from MUSIGA.
Amakye Dede’s manager in an interview with Eli Kharis on GhOneTV’s ‘Rythmz Live’ disclosed that Obour told them that the amount made from the auctioning was Ghc5,000 and for that matter, he is offering Gh5,000.
MzBel’s music career is reincarnating into the present world of reigning musicians and she has to struggle for space and attention with the new school Ghanaian musicians such as Kofi Kinaata.
A revelation from MzBel has it that the beats to Kofi Kinaata’s smash hit “Confession” was originally made for her by Kin Dee.