It seems Fantana has been a burden to Rufftown Records following her signing.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Rufftown Records, Ricky Nana Agyemang, well known as Bullet, revealed in an interview with Zion Felix on the ‘Uncut Show’ that his outfit has not earned any money from Fantana after she was signed.
Bullet said it is disrespectful for an artiste who is not bringing any revenue to look down on her label mate and diss the label as well.
“Rufftown records is bigger than any artiste on the label. You cannot diss or disrespect any label that has helped you. What has the label done to you? What money has she brought to the label? In this label, Fantana has not brought any money to me,” he said.
He also registered his displeasure about speculations that the mother of the artiste gave him money before she was signed.
“It really hurts when I hear people say I received some money from Fantana’s mother. Fantana is a loudmouth so if there’s anything, she would have said so herself. At the end of the day, it was I who decided to help her,” the Rufftown Records CEO stated.
He added: “The first day I went to the studio with her; I booked the session and paid with my money. At that time, I never met her mother.”
Bullet also disclosed that his decision to terminate Fantana’s contract is as a result of insubordination.
“You don’t disrespect other artistes and investors in the label too. This and other stuff are the reason why I want to take her off,” he explained.
Watch the full interview below.