A former signee of Rufftown Records, Miss Forson who is originally known as Gloria Forson has said her former boss Bullet, did not force her to divorce her former husband.
She told Fiifi Pratt on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm that although Bullet told her a married female artiste would have difficulty making it in the industry, he did not force her to divorce.
Although her explanation for divorcing her husband did not come out clearly, the musician said her decision to divorce just 4 months after marriage was a personal one, which both families agreed to.
Miss Forson said she would not want to discuss the circumstances that led to her divorce but want to clarify that Bullet did not force her to her getting divorced.
Some online news portals reported last month that Miss Forson accused Bullet of contributing to her divorce.
It was also reported that the musician said Bullet brainwashed her to divorce her husband, so she could succeed as a musician.
For the fear of not being successful with music, Bullet told me being a married woman, and working as a musician is a difficult task.
However, he never asked me to divorce my husband, she added.
She further clarified that Bullet never made sexual advances at her contrary to claims by some critics in the entertainment scene.
On the issue of the financing her career, she said the initial agreement was for her to ask her husband to put in $50,000 so Bullet could also add the same amount.
But she had divorced the husband and felt it was not proper for her to ask him for the money.
Source: Rashid Obodai Provencal||rainbowradioonline.com