On E-Update on Angel TV, the Spiritan queen expressed her displeasure about Bullet and how some industry players are disrespecting the unheard talents because they are voiceless.
In the interview, she was asked how she thinks about Wendy Shay pirating her ‘Ekye’ song to Uber Driver but the ‘Tooli’ singer lost her cool and sounded a warning to Bullet of Rufftown records not to disrespect her by calling her attention seeker because he is one himself.She also accused Bullet of talking anyhow as if Ghana is his.
“I released Ekye in 2017 but about a month ago I had several messages in my DM from industry players concerning one Wendy girl taking my song and recreating it”, she stated. That’s not even a big deal for the model and singer but she is not happy about the way Bullet is using his money, links and power to look down upon her.
She went on to explain that, if Bullet is not seeking attention himself why didn’t he put his artiste’s song under pillow and sleep on it but rather granting interviews here and there.” U are also seeking attention just like me, we have products to sell and that’s music, u are doing your own and I’m doing mine so what’s your problem “, she fumed.
Akwaa decided to cool things down by asking if ladies are treated fairly in the industry.Queen revealed that the journey is not easy, some people are really helping, others too are not. She then showed appreciation to people like Lucky Mensa the hi life singer, Sammy Flex, Dan Lartey, Dj Crek, Wyse Multimedia, her team and the “Spiritan” fanbase for holding her down. She is therefore entreating industry players to respect the unheard talents and give them accolades when needed.