A member of the music duo (Ruff and Smooth), Ricky Nana Agyemang, registered his displeasure against top notch artistes in Ghana who hid behind to congratulate him after his video went viral on social media platforms.
The video, which went viral, saw Bullet angry at TV3 management and producers for not playing his artiste’s, (Ebony’s,) video while she was hosting their programme.
The “Wo Beko Wo Maame Ho” hit-maker, previously called Etuo Aboba, but now known as Bullet, on Accra-based radio station, Hitz FM show “High Table” with host Dr. Pounds said: “the video that went viral was not for my artiste [Ebony], but rather for the industry.”
According to him, “I woke up 5 o’clock one morning and drove my artiste [Ebony] to TV3 to present their programme one holiday but they refused to play her song, which I got mad at them.”
When asked by Dr. Pounds, if he is quick-tempered, he replied: “I am not. I want our industry to grow that’s all I need and not for my artiste but the whole Ghana.”
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Story by Edward Blagogee