The Black Avenue music signee has finally hit the stop sign after Bullet threatened to take legal action against her if she doesn’t retract certain statements she made about him on multiple TV and internet channels. See the letter Bullet and his lawyers sent to MS Forson here.
It all started when MS Forson revealed on a TV interview how the Bullet requested $50,000 from her in order to promote and boost her brand. watch that internet here. She also told celebrity blogger Zion Felix in another interview how Bullet forced her to leave her husband. read about that here.
Bullet later came out confirming this, and why he asked for $100,000 from MS Forson and her Husband. see what he said here.
Responding to the statement released by Bullet’s lawyer, Dennis Adjei Dwomoh, Black Avenue Muzik’s PR has argued that MS Forson had no bad intentions when she granted those interviews.
See the statement of Retraction released by MS Forson and Black Avenue Muzik below.
RE : REQUEST TO RETRACT PUBLICATION OF DEFAMATORY STATEMENTS MADE AGAINST RICKY NANA AGYEMAN AND TO RENDER AN UNQUALIFIED APOLOGY
Dear Sir / Madam,
We confirm receipt of your email today Tuesday 4th November 2019, from your firm LawPlus on behalf of your client Mr Ricky Nana Agyeman known in showbiz as “Bullet’ requesting retraction and apology from Miss Gloria Forson who represents by the stage name “Ms Forson” and happens to be an artist under the Black Avenue Muzik record Label.
We write on behalf of Ms.Forson in the absence of our CEO who isn’t in the country at the moment and after briefly conferring with our legal team.
Firstly these accusations leveled against Ms. Forson aren’t founded on her exact wordings in these interviews and her intentions aren’t to defame ‘Bullet’.
We however attach copies of her interview with ZionFelix where she duly stated that ‘Bullet advised her against being married and being in the music industry at the same time. She however ended her relationship with her ex for her own reasons.
She also blatantly stated in the interview with blogger ‘Sammy Kay’ that Bullet was the writer of the songs and that she had no rights to these songs. She only contributed little parts of the songs and recorded them as a vocalist / artist when she worked with Rufftown Records.
We however want to state categorically that statements made by Ms. Forson had and has no malicious intentions as made believed by some parts of the media and unfortunate if it’s regarded as defamatory.
Secondly, Ms Forson retracts and duly apologizes to Mr.Ricky Nana Agyeman “Bullet” if any part of her statements in the interviews granted by the following media platforms. Okay Fm, www.ZionFelix.com and Sammykay Online Media on the 31st of October 2019, has caused him inconveniences in anyway.
Ms. Forson is a young up and coming act and would not want to engage in any battles with other entertainment industry persons especially not with ‘Bullet’, someone she looks up to.
Black Avenue Muzik
(Artist Relations, P.R)