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Spiritual Attacks Are Everywhere In The Music Industry, Not Just My Label – Bullet



CEO of the Rufftown Recordz label and manager of female singer, Wendy Shay, Bullet has finally spoken up about spirituality in the music industry and what various artistes in the Ghanaian music industry go through.

It could be recalled that Rufftown Recordz has been a major topic of discussion after the demise of its first signee, Ebony Reigns in 2018 and the recent near-fatal accident of its signee, Wendy Shay last Sunday.

These recent incidents have resulted in speculations that the Rufftown Recordz label is under some form of spiritual attack.

However, speaking in a recent panel discussion on UTV’s United Showbiz show, Bullet argued that all stakeholders in the music industry are equally affected.

According to Bullet, the entertainment industry is extremely dangerous on a spiritual level, and as such, many creatives have experienced some form of spiritual attack in the course of their music career.

“This industry is a very dark one, ask any artiste, all of them have faced some level of spiritual attacks, it’s not only my label. They all experience it,” Bullet warned.

He attributed Wendy Shay’s recent escape from death to her strong Christian faith and the prayers said by her loved ones.

“Her mum prays for her, her pastor prays for her, she herself as an artiste, she’s discovered Christ. It’s not easy. She’s been the top female artiste in Ghana for the past 5 years,” Bullet revealed.

The famous artist manager further insisted that spiritual attacks affect not just his record label but dozens of other creatives in the music industry and called upon all and stakeholders to be serious with their spiritual lives.

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“Attacks are everywhere, it’s not just my label. It was unfortunate that we lost Ebony. But attacks are everywhere, there were so many promising musicians, they’ve all been sacrificed,” the famous artist manager lamented.