Shatta Wale has spoken about his current relationship with Bulldog.
The popular Ghanaian dancehall musician and his former manager have been arguing recently.
It started after the Bullhaus Entertainment owner said Wale’s forthcoming album won’t do better than Black Sherif’s ‘The Villain I Never Was’ album.
“I woke up this morning and I realized that this month is serious because we have three of our artistes releasing albums. On top of my mind, I said Black Sherif will do better than all of them. Black Sherif has a label and they don’t. Shatta and Sarkodie are all about to compete with EMPIRE. They don’t have the strength to do that,” Bulldog said on Hitz FM.
The Shatta Movement boss also hit back in a live video.
“Don’t sit there and talk with pain. You build Bullhaus Entertainment, do you understand what a label was? You should be shy that Nigerians are creating empires around and interacting with people. Bull, I have told you that the way you are talking you can’t make it. Because you are talking with a hungry stomach.
“If you sit on radio and say we don’t work again, I understand. But it is because you don’t move that is why I am moving. All be money matter – you too find something to do and stop that nonsense… Make money in your own way,” he reacted.
Even yesterday, Bulldog told Shatta Wale to stop being bitter.
In a new post on Facebook, the ‘Gringo’ composer said Bulldog is still his big boss.
“Please no one should say I sack bulldog, he is still my big boss, I only told him what “FACT” meant! He is a big brother to me so please!! Thank you,” he wrote on Facebook.