Kelvyn Boy has stated categorically that he never begged Bullet to manage him, contrary to the artiste manager’s claim.
CEO of Rufftown Records Bullet in a recent interview divulged that the Afro-Pop and dancehall artist wanted to join his label.
Making appearances on the Daybreak Hitz show on Hitz FM Friday, he said the former Burniton Music Group recording artist begged him to sign him unto Rufftown Records.
Bullet, who managed deceased female dancehall artist Ebony Reigns made this statement when asked about his relationship with Kelvyn Boy, adding that the budding musician made such appeal whilst he was with Burniton.
“Kelvynboy begged me to sign him onto Rufftown Records even when he was at BHiM Nation.” Bullet told Andy Dosty host of the show.
Reacting to the claim on social media, Kelvyn Boy said there is no iota of truth in those allegations.
He wrote: ” This man can lie papa” – with laughing emoji.