Black Avenue Music which is part of Black Avenue Companies owned by D Black has apologized to the CEO of Rufftown Records, Ricky Nana Agyemang known in showbiz as Bullet on behalf of their signed artiste Ms Forson
The management of Black Avenue Music said their artist, MS Forson intention was not to defame Bullet and also the interview she granted with Zionfelix was twisted. They further said Bullet only advised Ms Forson on her relationship but not the cause of the breakup
According to them, MS Forson has acted according to the email they received from Bullet’s lawyer requesting for apology and retraction of her statements.
MS Forson, former artist under Rufftown records in an interview with Zionfelix and SammyKayMedia leveled several allegations against her former boss, Bullet.
She said in the interview that Bullet forced her to divorce her husband. Her marriage was only four months old. Bullet told her he doesn’t work with married artistes. Again she said her former boss demanded $50,000 from her to finance her music career which she couldn’t raised.
She again accused Bullet of giving her songs she wrote when working with him to Wendy Shay. Notable one is ‘Stevie Wonder’ which features Shatta Wale.
Bullet said the allegations were malicious intended to damage his reputation. Through his lawyer of LAW PLUS wrote to Ms Forson to apologize and retract her statements else they will take legal action against her.