Bullet, the CEO of Rufftown Records, has been accused of stealing a tune for Wendy Shay via way of means of longtime pal and Root Life musician Dry Bones Africa.
Dry Bones Africa has been having a difficult time with Bullet considering Wendy Shay’s track “Masakra” hit the airways, and he doesn’t seem like letting up whenever soon.
Dry Bones claimed throughout an interview with CM Showbiz hosted through Kofi Tano on CMGH TV that he had no red meat with Wendy Shay, however as an alternative together along with her employer, Bullet, from whom she follows instructions.
“Masakra” is certainly considered one among Wendy Shay’s a success songs from Rufftown Records, even though Dry Bones claims Bullet stole it and transformed it for his artist Wendy Shay to perform.
Bullet has been a long-time friend of Dry Bones’, courting returned to the 1990s. Bullet used to return back to his barbershop and that they did almost the whole lot collectively, he recalled.
He stated that he used to sing the “Masakra” tune at the same time as they had been collectively and that he had intentions to launch it, however that he couldn’t have enough money the recording consultation and that he desired his tune to be withinside the sluggish highlife genre.
Bullet reportedly stole the lyrics of Dry Bones’ music, mixed them with afrobeat, and presented it to Wendy Shay as his own, in line with Dry Bones.
He claims to have referred to as Bullet to the copyrights committee at the matter. Bullet demanded that the dispute be resolved peacefully out of doors of the Copyright Commission, however he has but to pay attention from Bullet approximately the music, he continued.