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Rufftown Records boss, Bullet receives backlash from a social media user for stealing songs for Wendy Shay and his Label signees.

A Facebooker with name Nana Kwaku Odoom in a lengthy post has claimed that Bullet does a lazy job by just searching around and remaking others’ hard work, particularly pointing out Wendy Shay’s “Uber Driver” and “Masakra” as one of the many steals he has gone away with.

I hold Nothing against Bullet of Rufftown, but to make my statement clear, Bullet in the first place is just an Intelligent criminal who would not work hard but just walk through Youtube and steal people demma song and think its as easy and take stupid credit for songs you stole online.

A cow that shits in the RANGE of its comfort zone Deserves nothing but Applause, But if same cow tries to shit outside its comfort Zone deserves nothing but to used as a meat..
Bullet You are not ripped for business,No wonder your artists always engage in misfortunes, because your mind and heart is not clean, you steal people’s song and claim credit why dem no go curse you.
Am not surprised you have a new Fantana
these are the links to the songs you stole for Wendy Shay Official….

He shared this post alongside these two songs from Kay Wusu (see below)

Listening to the songs from Kay Wusu, there’s no doubt his “Asore” song sounds similar and has similar lyrics to Wendy Shay’s “Masakra”. Maybe he legit stole this song, also because “Asore” was created back in 2014 while Wendy Shay’s “Masakra” came out only a few months ago.

I really don’t know about this one though, but in the case of Kay Wusu’s “Menwhe”, he just released a new song that sounds like Wendy Shay’s “Uber Driver” song, so… who stole from who.