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Bullet wanted me to finance my own projects with $50,000 – Ms Forson on her exit from Rufftown Records

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Former Rufftown Records signee, Ms Forson has finally opened up on what led to her exit from the Bullet-led music label.

Speaking in an interview with Larry Bozzle on TV Africa, the songstress said she wasn’t able to meet a request made by the Chief Executive Officer of Rufftown Records.

Ms Forson disclosed that Bullet asked her to provide $50,000 to finance her projects.

“He wanted me to finance the project. All of a sudden, Bullet demanded 50,000 dollars which I wasn’t ready for that, so he had to substitute me for somebody who might probably have that kind of money,” she revealed after the presenter insisted to know why she left the label.

She explained that Bullet unveiled her to the public before requesting for the amount.

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Currently, Ms Forson is under the tutelage of Black Avenue Muzik, owned by D-Black.

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