VIDEO: Blakk Rasta Is Stressed – Bulldog Throws Hot Shots

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Popular Ghanaian artist manager, Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson aka Bulldog has described radio presenter/musician, Blakk Rasta as someone who is very stressed.

The entertainment critic while reacting to Blakk Rasta’s recent assertion that Sarkodie’s remix for Bob Marley’s ‘Stir It Up’ was a desecration of the Reggae legend’s legacy asked that people should not take him seriously.

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According to Bullhaus Entertainment’s CEO, anyone who watches Blakk Rasta’s video on the day he made those remarks would notice from his face that he is clearly a man who is stressed and somehow depressed.

He added that it was high time Ghana began to take mental health issues seriously because it will go a long way to help people like the 3FM presenter get the needed medical treatment they deserve.

Watch the video below…

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Blakk Rasta set the tone for this discussion when he spoke on his show on 3 FM and revealed he wholeheartedly agreed with Mr. Logic, who claims there was nothing special about Sarkodie’s re-make of ‘Stir It Up’.

Blakk Rasta rated the new project as a disaster. He said: “The thing Mr Logic said is going to bruise some ego but I’m going to bruise more ego with what am going to say.

“What Sarkodie did was nothing but a desecration of the legacy of Bob Marley. It is so shameful, what Sarkodie did is nothing but a desecration of the holy music…should I go deeper? It is like a king has been buried and you go and dig him up, and steal the gold and diamonds that he’s been buried with.”

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