Bullet, CEO of Rufftown Records, has strongly rejected rumors alleging that he is involved in occult practices and that he sacrifices his artists when they reach the peak of their careers.
These rumors gained traction on social media following a near-fatal car accident involving RuffTown Records’ artist Wendy Shay in Kwabenya, Accra, on Sunday, September 10, 2023.
Some individuals have attributed responsibility for the accident to Bullet, drawing connections to the tragic death of his previous artist Ebony Reigns in a car accident back in 2018.
During an interview on Hitz FM, Bullet dismissed these allegations, emphasizing his Christian faith and declaring his commitment to Wendy Shay’s well-being.
He expressed deep concern about the rumors, highlighting the significant investment of time and money he has made into Wendy Shay’s career and categorically denying any involvement in occult practices.
Bullet lamented, “Who would invest so much in an artist and then want to harm her at a time when I should be reaping the rewards of my investment? I have not visited any spiritual practitioners. Perhaps it’s a spiritual attack. I am taking it very seriously. Just imagine if Wendy had passed away, what would have become of me? Ghanaians would accuse me of using her for unholy gains. It saddens me to hear these things. If I were in their position, I might say the same.”
He added that he is fervently praying to God for protection and believes that these challenges may be the result of spiritual warfare. Bullet reiterated that he only knows Jesus Christ and remains focused on seeking divine intervention.
In an exclusive statement provided, Bullet conveyed that Wendy Shay is currently in recovery from the car accident and is expected to make a full recovery.