Bullet, the CEO of Rufftown Records, has been accused of stealing a tune for Wendy Shay through longtime buddy and Root Life musician Dry Bones Africa.
Dry Bones Africa had a difficult time with Bullet considering Wendy Shay’s track “Masakra” hit the airways, and it doesn’t seem to be wearing off anytime soon.
Dry Bones claimed during an interview with CM Showbiz hosted by Kofi Tano on CMGH TV that he had no red meat with Wendy Shay, but as an alternative with her employer Bullet, from whom she followed instructions.
“Masakra” is certainly one of the hit songs by Rufftown Records’ Wendy Shay, although Dry Bones claims Bullet stole it and transformed it for his artist Wendy Shay.
Bullet is a longtime friend of Dry Bones who returned in the 1990s. Bullet kept coming back to his hair salon and they did almost everything together, he recalled.
He stated that he sang the “Masakra” tune at the same time as they were together and that he intended to bring it to market, but that he could not have enough money for admission counseling and that he wished that its melody is within the lazy highlife genre.
Bullet reportedly stole the lyrics from Dry Bones’ music, mixed it with Afrobeat, and presented Wendy Shay as his own, in line with Dry Bones.
He claims to have referred to the Copyright Committee as a bullet on the matter. Bullet called for the copyright commission’s open-air dispute to be peacefully resolved, but he must watch out for Bullet’s music, he continued.