Rufftown Records C.E.O, Ricky Nana Agyemang, popularly known as Bullet, has denied claims that he sacrificed his artists at the peak of their careers.
Bullet’s sentiments come following his label signee, Wendy Shay’s near-fatal accident over the weekend.
Wendy’s accident revived memories of the late Ebony, who’s also signed to the label but however, met her untimely death.
There have been claims on social media that the happenings in the label are not normal, and some people have accused him of sacrificing his label signees.
However, speaking in an interview with Andy Dosty, Bullet lamented saying that he’s not into any occult as claimed.
“I’ve seen videos, Pastors saying I’m into occultism and sacrificing my artists and all that. Andy, you know how hard this work is so who will invest time and money and when it’s time to reap, the person will sacrifice the artiste?” he lamented.
Bullet, also shared his concern about the happenings in his camp, saying that he believes it may be spiritual and he’s hoping to find the root of it.
He, however, expressed that he’s worried about the happenings, and is praying to God to redeem him.