Artiste manager Nana Asiamah Hanson popularly known as Bulldog has questioned Charterhouse concerning the brouhaha that occurred at the 2019 VGMA.
Bulldog has written a series of questions aimed at Charterhouse, organizers of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.
According to Bulldog, Ghanaian artists must be cognizant of the power they wield if not until hell freezes over Charterhouse will take them for dipsticks.
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In a long Facebook post that was sighted by YEN.com.gh, the former manager of Shatta Wale queried Charterhouse.
The controversial artiste manager who was once a staff of Charterhouse, revealed that the questions he posed were ones that he asked back in 2014.
There were mixed reactions from social media users with regard to his message, and they took to the comment section to express their opinions:
Annabe agreed with Bulldog:
Blankson claimed Bulldog was on point:
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George expressed his opinion:
Soga heaped praises on Bulldog:
John disagreed with Bulldog:
Even though Bulldog is a former staff of Charterhouse, he seems to have lay a lot of blame at their door step.
Meanwhile, Bulldog was in the news recently for claiming that Charterhouse intentionally set Stonebwoy up to incriminate him.
According to him, the event organizing company must be blamed if Stonebwoy gets a jail term from his court case with Shatta Wale.
He revealed that Charterhouse set Stonebwoy up to disgrace and incriminate himself when they gave him the stage to speak after the fracas.
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