Zylofon Boss spills beans over Ebony contracts

Chief Executive Officer of Zylofon Media, Nana Appiah Mensah, has disclosed every details about his infamous tweet about the late Ebony Reigns.

The Chief Executive Officer of Zylofon Media in a tweet expressing his condolences to Ebony, said the artiste cried for a “bailout from him” .

His tweet sparked several debates and courted insults on social media because people thought the timing was wrong and the wording of the tweet was needless.

But in an interview on Zylofon FM to clarify his tweet, Nana Appiah Mensah said those criticizing his tweet about Ebony’s death are doing that out of ignorance.

According to him, his tweet was harmless and a call for affirmative action for women in the entertainment industry and the need for critical attention to be paid to them.

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Nana Appiah said that his tweet has been misconstrued and the response it received was ignorantly characterized by emotions rather than critical thinking.

He disclosed that while he was in London, Ebony contacted him informing him that she wanted to join the growing Zylofon Media brand.

The Zylofon Boss went on to explain that when he arrived in Ghana, he contacted her and reached an agreement with her.

He indicated that considering Ebony’s body language and tone and growing brand, she was desperate to leave Ruff Town Records.

Nana Appiah Mensah indicated that he had intentions of signing Ebony this week and was willing to pay Ruff Town Records off in order to poach Ebony to Zylofon Media.

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Unfortunately, this plan has not seen the light of the day as Ebony met her untimely death last Thursday in a gory accident which claimed her life and the lives to two others with her.

The Jeep in which they were traveling was reported to have collided head-on with an oncoming vehicle.

Ebony died aged 20.


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