Ms Forson was probably working with the memo that says don’t bite the hand that feeds you in a recent interview she has granted.
The songstress in an interview sighted by zionfelix.net decided to choose her current record label Black Avenue Muzik over her former label Ruftown Records when the question about the best way was asked.
Speaking with Giovani Caleb on the 3FM Drive recently, she stated the experience at Black Avenue Musik (BAM) is a lot better than the label which ushered her into the public eye for the first time.
“The experience with D Black has been better. Its been better in terms of everything. Be it money, communication, management, and everything. I just love the set up at Black Avenue Musik and the whole BAM family.” Ms. Forson stated.
This is probably the umpteenth time the “Libido” hitmaker has dropped a shade for her former boss Bullet and his Ruftown Records label.
It will be recalled that she claimed Bullet demanded $50,000 from her before he works with her adding that he even forced her to divorce her husband of 4 months.
Bullet, however, came out to refute all those allegations and threatened her with a lawsuit