Boss of RuffTown records, Ricky Nana Agyemang also known as Bullet has, through his lawyers demanded an apology and retraction from RuffTown former signee, Ms. Forson else risk getting sued.
Bullet denies allegations made by Ms. Forson that he caused her marriage to collapse in just 4 months and that she had input in songs written during her time with the record label but were given to Wendy Shay, another Rufftown artist to perform. He intimates her comments are defamatory and a deliberate attempt to dint his hard earned reputation.
” Our Client avers that in a calculated attempt to dint his hard-earned reputation within the Ghanaian music industry, you proceeded to make further false and malicious accusation against him in an interview with Abeiku Santana’s on OKAY FM on the same 31st day of October 2019.
In the said interview you made innuendos to the effect that, our Client has dishonestly appropriated the moral and economic rights relating to four(4) songs belonging to you, two(2) of which are titled “Stevie Wonder” and “The boy is mine” and offered same to his artiste, Wendy Addo, who trades under the stage name of “Wendy Shay”. Our Client further says that, these same innuendos were published in your interview with one blogger by name Sammy Kay.
Our Client contends further that he is the copyright holder of all the original musical works relating to the songs titled “Stevie Wonder” and “The boy is mine” and same has been duly registered with the Copyright Office in Ghana. Our Client contends that during the time that he had a working relationship with you he individually wrote all songs under the record label without your involvement and that is why all songs during that period was never registered in your name.” the letter from LawPlus read.
Ms. Forson has 3 days to publish an apology and retraction of faces a suit.
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