The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Zylofon media Nana Appiah Mensah said his organisation could have paid $100,000 or more to Bullet so they sign Ebony onto their label.
In an interview with Accra-based Zylofon FM, NAM said his organisation could have paid more to sign Ebony onto their label.
His comments follow a tweet expressing his condolence to the family of Ebony after her demise. In his tweet he said the artiste cried for a “bailout from him” and called for critical attention to be paid to female artistes in Ghana.
The “bailout” was to ensure Bullet is paid to get Ebony freed from the Rufftown Records owned by Bullet.
However, explaining his tweet he said Ebony approached him to help her satisfy a clause in her contract with Rufftown records that will allow her to join a different record label, preferably Zylofon Media.
He added that the bailout amount was $100,000 and probably more.
Nana Appiah Mensah said plans were in the pipeline to contact Bullet so they could reach an official agreement before the 90’s badgirl passed away.
“If Ebony had not died, Bullet would have been paid $100,000 or probably more this week. What is insensitivity about that?” Nana Appiah Mensah quizzed.
The 20-year-old died in the car crash at Mankranso in the Ashanti Region, when she was returning from Sunyani in the Brong Ahafo Region. The Jeep crashed into a VIP bus on Thursday evening, according to police.
Ebony was travelling with three other people, and two of them have also been confirmed dead.
The two include a young lady who had returned from the USA and her personal security who is a soldier.