The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Rufftown Records, Ricky Nana Agyemang, better known as Bullet, has descended on Adom Fm’s Afia Pokua for disrespecting his artiste Wendy Shay.
In a Facebook post sighted by GHPAGE.com, the artiste manager questioned if the radio presenter’s criticism of his artiste meeting the president was out of envy or jealousy?.
He continued to question if his artiste, Wendy shay is not a Ghanaian or doesn’t have the right as a Ghanaian to visit the president.
He then described the presenter’s criticisms of his artiste as that of an old woman always wanting to bring down a young woman who is doing something good.
“Afua pokuaa vim lady of adom FM,is it envy or jealousy?is Wendy shay not a Ghanaian and doesn’t she have the right as a Ghanaian to visit the president ?old women always want to bring young women who are doing something good down and it’s very sad.Do you want to tell me musicians are not qualified to visit the president?
Bullet’s reaction follows after Afia Pokua a few days ago had blasted Wendy Shay for dragging the name of Ghana’s president Nana Addo into disrepute by mentioning him in her single ‘uber driver’.
To Afia Pokua, Wendy Shay’s song mentioned the names of two former presidents, J.A Kufuor and John Mahama, as well as the sitting president’s Nana Addo whom we hold in high esteem and therefore, their names should have been given the needed respect.
In a recent interview, Wendy Shay had indicated that the purpose of her meeting with Akuffo-Adfo was to present her single (Uber Driver) to him.
She added that the president even endorsed it and described her as the new sensation artist.
Wendy had also described the president, Akuffo-Addo as the “The Chief Uber Driver” – meaning, he can’t stop staring at ladies ass in reference to the lyrics of the “Uber Driver” song.