- Bull Dog made the recommendations after Counsellor Lutterodt has referred to some musicians as "irrelevant"
- The counsellor stated that some Gospel songs lack proper lyrical content
- He added that Kwabena Kwabena's song, "Bue Kwan", should have won the Gospel Artiste of the Year award in 2013.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of BullHaus Entertainment, Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson, better known as Bull Dog, has advised popular counselor, Reverend George Lutterodt to hire a counselor.
His recommendation comes in the wake of utterances by the counsellor to the effect that some music artistes are irrelevant.
Counsellor Lutterodt is reported to have specifically mentioned the names of gospel artistes, Cwesi Oteng, SP Kofi Sarpong and Nicholas Omane Acheampong.
He is reported to have continued by saying that “they are wasting their time. Cwesi Oteng is a copycat. SP Kofi Sarpong and Nicholas Omane Acheampong are just adding to the numbers".
Reverend Lutterodt is also alleged to have stated that hi-life artiste, Kwabena Kwabena’s ‘Bue Kwan’ song is one of the best gospel songs ever released in Ghana.
He mentioned that it should have won the Gospel Artiste of the Year award in 2013.
In his opinion, songs that were judged as the best did not have proper lyrical content.
To him, Kwabena Kwabena’s song has several meanings, each of which people could relate to.
Bull Dog however wondered why the counsellor could speak ill of people.
He argued that the fact that a song doesn’t appeal to someone does not grant him the right to abuse it.
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