I"ll move RufTown Label to Nigeria if you refuse to Amend certain laws in Ghana - Bullet to Gov't
Chief Executive Officer of Ruftown Record Label,Ricky Nana Agyemang,popularly known as Bullet has sadly reacted to certain Governmental laws preventing Artistes from some endorsement deals.
According to him in a post on Instagram and twitter, he described the laws as stringent and wrenching.
He said,Celebrities were initially banned from accepting Alcohol endorsement and it has n has now proceeded to Gaming commission.
In an earlier post on Instagram, he wrote, “Ghana is not a place to operate a record label business and this is very sad.
Record labels do not make money from just shows where their artistes are billed to perform,majority of the money comes from endorsement deals.
You people are always goofing with your laws.Do you guys have any idea of the devastating effects of Covid-19 on the Creative arts”.
” In a year or 2 there will be no record label in Gh due to Stringent/Wrenching laws made by people occupying higher positions to collapse the creative arts 1st it was FDA, and now Gaming commission,I am moving Ruftown to Nigeria,if the gov’t doesn’t change these laws”.