Remorseful Brella Sends Heartfelt Apologies To Bullet Over What He Describes As A Terrible Mistake

Former militant and musician from the camps of RuffTown Records/Midas Touch Inc, Bismark Kofi Nti Amoah popularly known as Brella, has offered a heartfelt apology to C.E.O of RuffTown Records Bullet, asking all big men of God to help him beg his former boss for his actions and utterances after the death of Ebony Reigns.

Speaking in an interview on Omini TV, the remorseful looking musician said his words were misrepresented by some Ghanaian bloggers and that he is really sorry for the miscommunication.

“Bullet I am really really sorry. I don’t know where to start from. I am very sorry. It was miscommunication and I am urging all Ghanaians to help me apologize to Bullet for what happened. Bullet never killed Ebony. Somethings are just bound to happen. The bloggers who went online and miscommunicated my words and said that I said Bullet killed Ebony, please, I really beg of you. I am a young artiste. I am now coming up. So if you peddle such falsehoods against me, spiritually, it goes against me as a young artiste. You release your song and it doesn’t fly. Then you make someone hate me for things I have not said. So all these things paralyze we the young artistes” he remorsefully said on the show.

Brella further added that: “You misrepresent people. So I am urging all Ghanaians. I am begging all of you. From Rev. Owusu Bempah, Pastor Amoateng and all the big men of God in the country to help me apologize to Bullet. I have made a terrible mistake and I am begging him on Omini TV to forgive me. I am very very sorry. I wish I can rewind time and take back my words but the harm has already been done” he noted.

According to him, he has tried contacting Bullet but all efforts made have proven futile and hasn’t been easy for him. He confessed he was Bullet’s main right hand man and knows his actions really got to Bullet because he felt betrayed. “I tried contacting him but it is not easy. It really got to him. I was his main man and he felt betrayed” he said.

Story by: Reagan O.O.Osarfo (Nana Reagan)