Ricky Nana Agyemang, famously known as Bullet, the CEO of RuffTown Records, has expressed his deep frustration over allegations that he is involved in occult practices, including the sacrifice of his artists when they reach the pinnacle of their careers.
The controversy surrounding claims of occultism in relation to Wendy Shay’s manager has resurfaced, particularly in the wake of her recent accident. Bullet, however, vehemently denounces such accusations as both baseless and disheartening.
The tragic loss of Ebony, who was under the Ruff Town Records banner at the time, due to a road accident in 2018, and Wendy Shay’s miraculous escape from a similar incident, has further fueled these unfounded rumors.
During a conversation with Andy Dosty on Daybreak Hitz, the former member of the music duo Ruff and Smooth passionately defended his dedication and hard work in propelling his artists to stardom.
He expressed his profound disappointment that people would assume he would harm his artists after making substantial investments in their careers.
Bullet stated, “I have been seeing videos of pastors claiming I am involved in occultism, suggesting that I am attempting to sacrifice my artists and much more. Andy, you are well aware of how demanding this profession is.
So, who would invest time, money, and effort into an artist only to harm or sacrifice them when it’s time to reap the rewards?”
He continued, “I can understand their concerns, and they can say whatever they want, but I want to emphasize that my hands are clean, my heart is pure, and between me and God, I have never engaged in any form of occultism.
I have never visited any ‘juju’ or ritualistic places. I am not associated with any occult practices. All I know is Jesus Christ.”