I’m not an occultist to sacrifice my artistes -Bullet
The CEO of RuffTown Records, Ricky Nana Agyemang, popularly known as Bullet, is not happy about claims that he is an occultist who sacrifices his artistes at the peak of their careers.
The allegation that Wendy Shay’s manager is an occultist has been resurrected following her accident on Sunday but Bullet describes such comments as disheartening.
In 2018, the late Ebony, who was then signed on to Bullet’s Ruff Town Records died in a road crash but Wendy Shay escaped the claws of the death in a similar situation.
Speaking with Andy Dosty on Daybreak Hitz, the former member of the music duo Ruff and Smooth said he works very hard to get his artistes to the top and very unfortunate for people to assume he kills them after making huge investment in their careers.
“I have been seeing videos of pastors saying I’m into occultism. Saying I’m trying to sacrifice my artist and a whole lot.
“Andy, you know how hard this work is, so who will invest time, money, and everything into an artiste and when it’s time to reap the person will kill or sacrifice the artiste.”
“I can understand them. They can say whatever they want to say, but my hands are clean, my heart is clean, between me and God, I have never been to any juju place, I am not into any occultism, I’m not in anything. All I know is Jesus Christ,” he stated.
Bullet said he is working seriously to address such unfortunate happenings and also assured proper medical care for Wendy Shay, who he is expected to be flown to Germany for further medical examination.