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I Moved To My Father’s Garage So I Can Accommodate Bullet – Akhan

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Akhan

One half of the Ruff & Smooth music group, Akhan has made revelations about how deep his relationship with Bullet was during the early days of the group and has disclosed that he had to move from his room to his father’s garage so he can accommodate Bullet.

The singer was in an interview with renowned radio personality Abeiku Santana when he made this statement.

The music duo Ruff & Smooth were the best during their hay days giving Ghanaians back to back hit songs.

However, the music group split due to reasons yet to be fully known. Bullet went ahead to establish Rufftown Records which has produced seasoned female acts in Ghana.

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Akhan

Discussing how his relationship with his former group member was back then, he told the ace presenter that he had a bond with Bullet which even his parents were aware of.

He further revealed that he moved to his father’s garage to accommodate Bullet and that his family accepted and loved Bullet. “My father was a bursar at Achimota Primary School. Because of Bullet, I moved to the garage and cleaned the place up so we can live together,” he said.

He admitted that he felt hurt when Bullet left to start Rufftown Records because he wasn’t aware but has worked with him on projects afterwards because he respects Bullet’s decision.

Written by K Oteng

K.Oteng is a reporter and editor for https://www.ghlinks.com.gh/ based in Accra-Ghana

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