I have never seen a man ‘beefing’ a woman all in the name of awards-Bullet jabs Kelvynboy

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Artist manager and CEO of “Rufftown Records” Ricky Nana Agyemang, popularly known in showbiz fraternity as Bullet, has raised some pressing issues regarding Kelvyn Boy’s snub to Wendy Shay at the Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale joint conference at Marriot Hotel on June 4,2019.

The humiliating incident occurred when Kelvyn Boy moved at the artiste’s pace, immediately after the conference, to greet the united pair (Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale) and Bullet with his signee but (Kelvyn Boy) rebuffed the “Uber” driver hitmaker when she attempted to hug him.

The captured scene which was splashed on various internet surfaces garnered some discursive reactions by some social media users and industry players about the peculiar conduct of the “Na You” crooner.

Though Kelvyn Boy has officially cleared the air of not intentionally doing that but Bullet still took to his official Instagram to express his deep disappointment in the ‘Burniton Music Group’ signee.

According Bullet, Kelvyn Boy acted in that manner purposely because he missed the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards new artiste of the year to Wendy Shay.He had intended to proceed a new ‘beef’ with my artiste and also, to trend on social media platforms.

Bullet added that, in all the numerous years he’s been in the showbiz industry, the impact and experience, he has never seen a man ‘beefing’ a woman all in the name of awards.

“I am glad to be part of this historical movement..As we are preaching peace and uniting people, Some artistes have started another beef just to trend.I have been young but now I’m old and with my experience in this industry, I’ve never seen a man ‘beefing’ a woman all in the name of awards.Happy Eid Mubarak. #letpeacereign #wendyshay4eva” he wrote.

Bullet is believed to have played a key role in the joint conference which happened at the Marriot Hotel on Tuesday, June 4, 2019 was organised by the Kofi Abban Foundation.

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By: Ken Nana Appiah