VIDEO: ‘Fantana Is Not The Biggest Female Dancehall Artiste In Ghana’ – Bulldog Counters

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Popular artiste manager cum entertainment pundit, Lawrence Asiamah Hanson, well known as Bulldog, has reacted to Fantana’s recent claim of being the biggest female dancehall artiste in Ghana.

The former Rufftown Record’s artiste made the claim during her introduction on an episode of the popular African reality television series, Young, Famous & African, which is now streaming on Netflix.

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The claim by Fantana has already caused a lot of uproar on social media because a lot of netizens appeared not to agree with her declaration.

While reacting to it on UTV’s United Showbiz entertainment review show on Saturday night, the CEO of Bullhaus Entertainment also stated that he does not agree with Fantana’s assertion even though he respects her right to speak freely.

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Bulldog made the point that for one to claim such a title, the individual must have the catalog that is the songs to prove it, however, Fantana does not have the catalog to show that she is indeed the biggest in Ghana.

He added that Fantana recently cross-carpeted to the reggae/dancehall space and as such, she does not really have the songs to justify the utterances on the show.

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Bulldog went on to add that the reggae/dancehall space is a tricky one because the type of music they do are not the regular stuff so a lot of people may not follow it religiously as he does and mentioned the name Aklerh as one a lot of people may not know but is doing very well in that space.

Watch the video of Bulldog making these remarks below…

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