Ahkan, the former member of the non- operational music group RuffNSmooth, has addressed Bullet in an interview about his recent call for justice.
To Ahkan if Bullet wanted justice he would have reached out to him instead of social media:
“bullets sought for justice from social media not us“
Prior to this comment, Bullet who was also a member of this group ade a post calling for justice on what he saw as an injustice. in the post, the CEO of RuffTown Records stated:
“In 2015, Theophilus Baah, a brother of my former partner Akhan, who happened to be the manager of my defunct group Ruff n Smooth, comprising of myself and Ahkan informed me about a movie company in America who has shown interest in using our song as their movie soundtrack.
To make my story short, I just found out the movie is out and our song been used without my permission nor me seeing any legal contract and a huge sum of money being taken by my former partner’s brother.
I feel so disrespected and cheated, two people cannot create music for one party to silently sell the music and take the money without the knowledge of the other.
I need HELP, I want Justice maybe social media can help me.
to Ahkan, the story is not as Bullet narrated it to the Social media Sanhedrin for justice. He believes if Bullet really wanted the issue resolved, he would have reached out to him and the management for a proper conversation on the matter.
Story by Matilda Mensah Marfo
lord_carterI think you should grab a copy of the movie …read the credits , and contact everyone responsible for putting this movie together …from the director to the producer ….if they don’t comply and entertainment lawyer is what you need