Akon Was In Talks With RuffTown To Sign Ebony To Konvict Music — Bullet Reveals

Zylofon Media Boss Nana Appiah Mensah claimed after Ebony died that she wanted to leave her current label and asked him to free her from slavery.

That comment has sparked outrage among Ghanaians but Bullet has finally responded to it.

In an interview on Monday, the manager of the late Dancehall sensation debunked those claims and another by Appiah Mensah that he was ready to pay $100,000 for Ebony.

According to him, the money they had invested in Ebony throughout her career alone was more than $100,000, not to talk of the fact that she was on the verge of signing for Akon’s ‘Konvict Music’.

Bullet said they had held talks with the RnB legend and he wanted to make Ebony the new face of the company in Africa and make her a global star.

According to Bullet, the money involved in that deal alone would have been more than that paltry $100,000 sum Appiah Mensah was mentioning.

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