Shatta Wale’s former manager, Bulldog thinks his previous signee (Shatta’s) outburst and attacks on Tic Tac and VVIP music group is needless.
Last Friday, December 1st, at the Accra Sports Stadium, Shatta Wale alleged that so many people envy his rise as a dancehall artiste.
The African Dancehall King named veteran musicians such as Tic Tac, Obrafour and VIP alleging they are broke and only lived extravagant lives during the peak of their careers without helping others.
His statements have brought a whole lot of tension—with the VVIP group deciding never to perform on the same stage with him (Shatta).
Speaking on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM with Andy Dosty, the CEO of Bullhaus Entertainment stated that Shatta Wale’s outburst at the concert was unnecessary.
“I don’t know what provoked his outburst but it was so unnecessary,” Bulldog, known in real life as Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson, told Andy Dosty.
Bulldog nevertheless sent a word of advice to Shatta Wale’s management team urging them to put the artiste under control.
According to him, Shatta Wale is an entertainer and has a job to entertain his fans and not get into such fight with others.
“If his team is listening to me, these are the things they need to speak to him about. He was there to entertain,” he noted.