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Afia Schwarzenegger attacks ‘immature’ Zylofon boss over Ebony’s secret

Afia Schwarzenegger has launched a scathing attack at the CEO of Zylofon Media by implying that he is immature for revealing the secret conversations he had with deceased musician Ebony.

Nana Appiah Mensah came under massive criticism after tweeting on Saturday that late Ebony had wanted to be free from her current manager Bullet who groomed her career.

Ebony died in a tragic accident on the Sunyani-Kumasi Highway on Thursday aged 20 but has mega hits with several songs to her credit.

Her death prompted several tributes but the social media post of the CEO of Zylofon Media Nana Appiah Mensah has irritated many.

The TV presenter, who was a close friend with the budding dancehall songstress, has now piled the pressure on the businessman by saying his revelation on Saturday was a breach of trust.

“There was no point in what you wrote. There was no point in trying to be popular in someone’s death,” Afia Schwarzenegger wrote.

“If we all find a “Bullet” in our lives, our careers would have been better.

“If Nana Hemaa (Ebony) had wanted to tell the whole world about her terms with her boss…she would have done so through radio.

“Whatever she told you was confidential and not for your social media page.”

Mensah’s statement on the death of dancehall act, Ebony Reigns seemed to have suggested that the late musician was plotting to ditch her manager by joining Zylofon Media as she begged him to buy her out of her contract with Bullet.

“We had a fruitful meeting and reached an agreement just last Tuesday”, his post stated while expressing “deepest condolences to the friends, family & Ghana.

“My deepest sympathies for the loss of a friend, pretty daughter and a proud citizen. Even in the dark, you’re undisputably still one of Ghana and Africa’s best of all times.

“We at zylofon media, our hearts continues to ache terribly, as the anticipation for a colorful joyous welcome would now be grounded on void…”

Source: ghanaguardian.com

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