D-Black signed Ms Forson without my consent – Bullet
CEO of Rufftown Records, Ricky Nana Agyemang alias Bullet has expressed his dissatisfaction at CEO of Black Avenue Muzik, D-Black.
According to the musician turned record label boss, Ms Forson was introduced to him by someone (he failed to revealed the name).
He said, under his label, Ms Forson didn’t release a song but they were in the recording process.
He revealed that, Ms Forson didn’t inform when she left the record label until she saw her being signed onto D-Black’s Black Avenue Muzik.
Bullet emphasized that D-black never informed him about his move, all he saw was Ms Forson releasing a song.
He then made shocking revelations about his colleagues in the entertainment industry.
According to him, people are envious of him because of the mighty works he is doing in the music industry.
He told Fiifi Pratt on Afro Joint on Kingdom Plus 101.9FM that, people dislike him because he has refused to join some purported clicks in the entertainment industry.