Ghanaian artiste manager, Bulldog, known as Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson, has narrated how Appietus and 5Five’s issue started.
A few days ago, a video of Appietus, a Ghanaian music producer, narrating the amount he received after putting songs online went viral.
Following his revelation, Bulldog unhappily reacted, stating in a Facebook post that Appietus will pay the amount he earned with interest.
On the same issue, the music producer and Papi of 5Five fame traded insults during a live interview on TV.
Speaking with Sammy Flex on CTV, the vocal artiste manager narrated how it all started.
He indicated that 5Five called him some years ago—at a time when they had separated but had a working relationship and they mentioned to him their plans of coming out with the ‘Muje Baya’ song.
According to him, they have an idea of the beat before they even contacted Appietus—so they are like the technical producers of the song.
Bulldog revealed that they got to know about Appietus putting the song on digital platforms through the help of a distributor.
He added that the music producer accepted to use their account for the next payment of earnings, thinking that the issue was resolved.
Bulldog further stated that the issue will be resolved if Appietus comes to the table and pays all the monies he collected.
Watch his narration below.