An angry Bullet has threatened to relocate to Nigeria with his record label after the Gaming Commission served his artiste, Wendy Shay a letter forbidding her to advertise for Bet Planet in her capacity as an influential artiste.
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The popular artiste manager and songwriter is fuming after Wendy Shay was banned, together with other Ghanaian celebs for endorsing alcoholic beverages by the Food and Drugs Board (FDA) over claims that it negatively affects children.
To this end, Bullet- real name Ricky Nana Agyemang has blasted the government of Ghana for frustrating celebrities from making ‘side money’ as brand ambassadors for alcohol and betting companies and has consequently threatened to move his vibrant Rufftown Record Label to Nigeria where the ambiance is viable.
“In a year or 2 there will be no record labels in Gh due to stringent/ heart-wrenching laws made by people occupying higher positions to collapse the creative arts. 1st it was FDA, and now Gaming commission,I am moving Rufftown to Nigeria, if the gov’t doesn’t change these laws,” Bullet angrily lamented on Twitter.