Entertainment of Sunday, 18 March 2018
Dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale has criticised Bullet of Ruff n Smooth fame over claims that some musicians have asked to be paid before performing at late Ebony Reigns tribute concert.
In a Facebook post Friday, he said it will be unthinkable for any artiste to make financial demands before supporting the course of a departed colleague.
Bullet has said some musicians after connecting with hundreds of fans at the late dancehall artiste’s one-week celebration, are asking for money before performing at the tribute concert. The concert will be held ahead of the late artiste’s burial.
“This is pure hypocrisy,” the music entrepreneur said.
But in a sharp rebuttal, Shatta Wale said it could not be true that some musicians have demanded money before performing at Ebony’s Tribute Concert.
“Bullet if you are the one spreading the rumour like this which I kno u can ….then u fool waaa,” the controversial dancehall artiste wrote.
Late Ebony Reigns will be buried on Saturday, March 24, 2018, after her funeral service, which will be held at the forecourt of the State House in Accra.
The service will be officiated by renowned global evangelist, Dr Lawrence Tetteh who is the leader of UK-based World Miracle Outreach.
Ebony died alongside two others – Franky Kuri and Atsu Vondee – while on their way to Accra from Sunyani after visiting her mother there on February 8, 2018.