Ghanaian artiste Ebony has called out music video Director, Ezekiel Tetteh for speaking on issues he “clearly has no idea of” and asked him to “mind his own business.”
Her lashing out was triggered by a post by the latter popularly called STIP on his Facebook page Saturday. He questioned why the ‘Hustle‘ act was being ungrateful to her manager, Bullet.
… he needs to mind his own business and get legit info before talking about things he clearly has no idea of??????????????? https://t.co/sv9bafdYOk
— #BONYFIED (@ebony_reigns) January 31, 2018
Popular video director, Ezekiel Tetteh known as Stip has warned Dancehall diva, Ebony Reigns to stop her insolence towards her manager, Bullet.
The award winning video director of Solid Multimedia fame in a post on his Facebook timeline indicated that the Dancehall artiste has started showing signs of ingratitude towards her manager.
According to him, the sensational musician who is the artiste of the moment because of her numerous hit songs topping charts may suffer a dip in her career the same manner as Eazzy, Five5, Asem, Kaakie and others are currently struggling with their music careers.
Tetteh recounted how he witnessed the struggles Bullet went through to get Ebony to where she is today.
There was recent reports that Ruff Town and Midas Touch Inc., CEO claimed he has the power to unmake Ebony should she betray him, but Bullet later clarified that statement which was deemed as a threat to Ebony,
The video director’s disclosure seems to corroborate Bullet’s report with regards to Ebony’s sudden change in attitude.
“This gentleman wrote, composed and arranged about 80-90 percent of all your songs and even gave you the name Ebony. He went from one media house to the other trying to get your songs and videos played by using his connections and sometimes gave appreciation money which me kraa I received some. How can this girl be so ungrateful to such a gentleman. This is the reason a lot of talents are not getting help anymore ooo. This is what Eazzy, Five5, Asem, Kaakie and the likes did and now look at how their music careers are suffering. Be grateful and loyal to the people who believed and helped you to be where you are now.” Ezekiel Tetteh posted on Facebook.