February was red this year and not for the usual reason lovey dovey stuff, we lost an icon and we all had to move on in our own way.
Bullet, her manager, also moved on, got a new artiste signed on to his label and the public had a go at him, he has done his best to explain himself though.
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Granted the way he introduced his new signees was not the best, there were more tactful ways to go about it than the method he chose. But we have to consider the fact that Bullet is a family man, he’s got kids to feed and bills to pay. In the end it is fair to say that yes his methods were wrong but the rationale behind it is right. If you sit down to analyse his actions, you cannot help but come to understand him.
“I’ve not replaced Ebony. I’m a businessman. I’m working. I have bills to pay. I have kids to take care of like any other person. And I lost money, I need to get money back.” explained Bullet to Regina Van Helvert on Rythmz Live On GHOne TV.
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Time waits for no man, when comrades fall in battle we stop to mourn them but the battle rages on and we have but no choice but to continue fighting. All we can do is to hold them in our hearts.