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WE DON’T CAST SPELLS ON ARTISTES WHEN THEY LEAVE OUR LABEL – Bullet

Ricky Nana Agyemang, also known as Bullet in the music industry as a Ghanaian musician and song producer, has refuted rumors that artists are cursed by record labels when they split.

Many people have the impression that most musicians struggle after leaving their record labels. When these performers quit their record labels, it is thought that certain record labels cast curses on them.

In an interview with Accra FM, Bullet claimed that artists who break ways amicably with their record labels don’t fare well because such people are subject to natural forces.

“Casting spells on them? No. I will talk for myself. How did the artiste leave? When the artiste was leaving, the question is, how did they go? Did the person bang on the door or they left peacefully?

“The most important thing is what they call ungratefulness and it is a deadly thing that many people don’t know how deadly it is,” he stated.

Bullet urged his fellow artist managers not to take their artists on when their artists separate from them, since natural forces would accomplish that.

“Any ungrateful person who betrays or disappoints, you don’t have to go to a juju man to bring the person down or pray for the person to suffer. There is a spirit that deals with such people.”

“There are some people in your life, who don’t spend on you but on the time they are spending with you. Every day they walk with you and they are going places with you. That time is money. That time the person is wasting on you but isn’t using money,” he said.

“If they ask you to pay for that time, you can pay for it. You can go about saying, what does this person do for me? If this person doesn’t do anything for me, forget him.

“Which money has he invested in me? Bro, the money he put into it, you can’t pay. People haven’t understood life,” he added.

 

 

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