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Ghana: Bullet Vanished, Didn’t Sign Me After He Came To My House – Tiisha


Right after the sad demise of our beloved late Ebony Reigns, one young lady surfaced the internet who sounded just like the former.

Many thought they were related but interestingly, they never knew each other, neither were they related in any way.

Several people thought she’d be the best replacement for the late Ebony since she sounded just like her thus several people tagged Bullet, CEO of Rufftown Records to consider signing her.

According to what we heard, the two had talked about possible signing onto Rufftown Records until Wendy Shay rose to fame and took the music industry by surprise.

The young lady, known as Tiisha had been doing some underground works and she’s out now with a couple of songs; ‘Packaging’ which is doing very well in the music market and her latest titled ‘Wicked World’ which features the talented Fameye.

In a most recent interview with GhKwaku on his popular show ‘On The Spot With GhKwaku’, Tiisha explained why she never got signed onto Rufftown Records like most people anticipated.

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According to the Packaging hitmaker, she was introduced to Bullet who later visited her parents at home to talk things over. She further stated that after Bullet visited, he vanished and they never heard from him again.

She then made a couple of attempts to reach him, asking of the progress of what they planned but that proved futile.

Tiisha in the interview stated that she insinuated that Bullet’s sudden change of mind could be because he realized she wasn’t coming from a rich home and had never travelled outside Ghana unlike Wendy Shay and Fantana.

Well, Tiisha is doing her very best now and she’s looking forward to being signed by a very good record label soon.

Watch the interview below and share your thoughts with us:

 

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