Bullet Saying He Wrote All Songs For Ebony Never True – Ebony’s Dad

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Before the untimely demise of Ebony, her manger (Bullet) once posited that he has what it takes to dim the shine of the Dancehall queen whenever she acts ingrate. According to Bullet then, all the hit songs released by Ebony were predominantly written by him.

However, Mr. Opoku Kwarteng who doubles as Ebony’s biological father in an interview with Prince Tsegah of Hitz FM has in a way doubted the assertion of Bullet who once claimed to to have written all of Ebony’s songs.

According to him, even though that assertion has been held by many, he knows Ebony to be a very good songwriter. Mr Kwarteng further noted that before Ebony met Bullet, she had couple of songs compiled as a demo that got Bullet’s attention to sign her onto the RuffTown record label.

“I can’t really challenge that because I wouldn’t know. I didn’t think he should talk about that because it’s not necessary. The lady (Ebony) is not around to challenge that fact. We know him to be a songwriter. Ebony also writes songs. She has about 20 unreleased songs. I know her to be a writer

“Yes, she had the personality, voice and everything. She had already sent a demo to bullet that made him see the girl. She couldn’t have been that bad. She wasn’t bad. There couldn’t be any limitation, bullet supported her but she was a songwriter as well. It wasn’t the case. He fell in love with her through her demos”, he said.

Now, if Ebony had about 20 demos before meeting Bullet as in the voice of her father, then Bullet’s assertion is questionable. This is because Bullet painted a picture that looked like Ebony had nothing to offer if you take away her voice.

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Written by Eugene Nyavor

Eugene Nyavor is the Founding Editor at Gh Links.

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