Dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale has shown his readiness to work with his former manager, Bulldog despite the supposed threat on his life by the latter.
“The Almighty God forgives our sins when we ask for forgiveness and so I am ever ready if Bulldog will come out publicly and accept his mistakes we can work. If the whole Ghana will see that he has accepted his mistakes, then we can work. If that doesn’t happen, I have people in the industry who can help me to raise the standard to achieve my dreams. I know Bulldog; he is feeling too big to come and apologize. If he comes back I will give him rules and let him know what I want as an artiste” he said when asked by journalists at a press conference in Pluzz FM studios if he would wish to settle his differences with Bulldog.
Bullhaus Entertainment and its boss, Bulldog, real name Lawrence Nana Asiama Hanson issued a statement last Saturday to announce an end to their working relationship.
“The management of Bullhaus Entertainment wishes to bring to the notice of the general public that we no longer have a working relationship with multiple-award winning artiste, Charles Nii Armah Mensah A.K.A. Shatta Wale effective immediately.
“We are humbled to have been part of the success story up until this point, and wish Shatta Wale all the best in his future endeavors. We also wish to thank Shatta Wale and his Shatta Movement team for choosing us as managers for his professional career for these past years.
“We will forever be fans of Shatta Wale and his music and still believe in the mantra of the Shatta Movement. ‘Shatta Movement for life,” the statement said.
Shatta Wale at a press conference however gave his account to the split stating that Bulldog was not working as a manager. He alleged that Bulldog in a fit of anger threatened to kill him like he [Bulldog] killed one guy.
“Somebody asked him, ‘Bulldog are you not the same person who has issues to answer in Ghana about things like these?’ And he responded, ‘don't mind him, I will kill him like I killed the other guy’," Shatta Wale said.