Ruff town records boss, Ricky Nana Agyeman, popularly known in showbiz as Bullet, has revealed that top artistes call media houses to stop playing Wendy Shay’s song.
Following the demise of Ghana’s music goddess, Ebony, Ruff town records have found what seems to be the perfect picture of Ebony, popularly known in showbiz as Wendy Shay.
However, the CEO of Ruff town records, Bullet has come out to say that some A-list artistes in Ghana are jealous of Wendy Shay, therefore leading to they calling top Tv stations in Ghana to question them on why they play Wendy Shay’s, Uber Driver song.
In an interview with Dr Pounds of Hitz Fm on the Hitz Gallery show, Bullet revealed that he got surprised on the actions some top artistes are taking against his female star, Wendy Shay.
According to him, Wendy Shay is a new artiste and he could not understand why top artistes are trying to sabotage her.
“When she dropped her music and TV Stations were playing it, musicians called the TV stations to question them on why they were playing Wendy Shay’s song too much. It is surprising too, when its coming from A-list artistes…” he said
Bullet however took the opportunity to charge fellow musicians to be supportive of each other rather than pulling each other down.
“Wendy Shay was bemused when she witnessed this, but I told her its part of the game and she should do her own thing. I will guide her through to the top. She seems new to these stuffs…” Bullet added
Wendy Shay’s Uber Driver currently has over 600,000 views on YouTube.
Bullet has male artistes like Danny Beatz and Brella on his label, but he made the assertion that his main focus is to help female artistes in Ghana gain grounds.