Diamond Appiah, a disappointed Member of Parliament aspirant has revealed that late Ebony’s father, Nana Opoku Kwarteng did not know where her daughter actually was before she became a star.
The one-time musician and actress’ comment follows a claim by the latter that Ebony‘s former manager Bullet cannot take credit for writing 95% of the songs on her ‘Bonyfied’ album.
“Mr Opoku kwarteng you and I know for a fact that you had no idea of the whereabouts of your daughter before Bullet found her and made her a star,” she revealed.
“My brother brought her to my place several times and she was nothing as you sit on radio and claim. I won’t sit and watch you disrespect another man’s hustle all in the name of greediness,” the entrepreneur added.
Read an unedited post by Diamond Appiah below:
She posted “Pls I believe this album cover was done with the consent of Ebony and she witnessed n admitted to the credentials that bullet wrote almost all the hit songs on the album. So If Mr Opoku is claiming otherwise then why didn’t He question the management before the album launch months ago? Mr Opoku kwarteng u and I know for a fact that u had no idea of the whereabouts of your daughter before Bullet found her and made her a star. My brother brought her to my place several times n she was nothing as you sit on radio n claim. I won’t sit n watch u disrespect another man’s hustle all in.the name of greediness. Put some respect on bullets name n allow our little sister’s name to rest n stop DISGRACING HER MEMORY like this . Enough is enough. #Africans love efunu ampa”.
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