Bullet and Starboy Kwarteng finally reconcile

By: Ghanaweb
Bullet Starboy Kwarteng reconciliation
Nana Opoku Kwarteng (left) and Bullet
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GHANAWEB today witnessed the remarkable reconciliation between Rufftown Records CEO, Ricky Osei Agyemang, popularly known as Bullet and father of the late Ebony Reigns, Nana Opoku Kwarteng.

Nana Opoku Kwarteng and Bullet have been at loggerheads since Ebony’s death, resulting in all kinds of allegations made against each other.

Ebony’s father once claimed the Rufftown Records’ CEO cheated him out of proceeds that accrued from Ebony’s tribute concert whilst Bullet labelled him ungrateful resulting in his resignation as the late singer’s manager.

Considering how badly the two handled the situation, officials of GHAMRO and MUSIGA intervened and in the process decided to set up a committee which enabled them resolve all their differences.

GHAMRO Chairman, Rex Omar told the media that wrong communication from both sides, especially Bullet’s was the main cause of the unfortunate happenings between the two.

He recalled several instances where Bullet was not able to properly spell out terms regarding Ebony’s contract to her father, sparking anger in Nana Kwarteng who was of the view that Bullet was out to cheat his daughter.

Bullet expressed some remorse when he indicated how long he has been waiting for a reconciliation between Ebony’s dad and himself.

He added that Ebony was the first artiste he produced after he quit being a musician which to some extent contributed to their misunderstandings because he (Bullet) then knew little about the business side of music.

He further established that Nana Kwarteng has always played the role of father in his life despite their misgivings and their reconciliation is a step towards a better ‘son and father’ relationship.

“He has been a father to me and I can say on authority that there are no issues between us. I didn’t know the business side of music and I’m still learning. Ebony was my first artiste. I’m sure she would be smiling wherever she is now,” he observed.