- Artiste manager Bulldog has stated that he sees nothing wrong with an artiste manager dating his female musician
- Bulldog disclosed that male managers and their artistes become emotional over time as they work closely
- He defended the phenomenon, claiming that managing the female artiste that you are dating can make her more successful
Popular Ghanaian artiste manager Bulldog has defended the situation where male artiste managers date female musicians under their label.
According to the controversial manager, he sees nothing wrong with a manager dating his female artiste.
In a panel discussion on UTV, Bulldog expressed support for the phenomenon of male managers having affairs with the female musicians that they are managing.
"There is nothing wrong if you date your artiste. Intimacy is natural," he said in defense of the situation that seemed rampant in Ghana.
Bulldog explained with a scenario where the manager and the female artiste work in the studio till late.
He noted that it will be difficult for the manager to keep driving his artiste home every night for a long period of time.
Kindly skip to 13:27 of the video of hear exact words of Bulldog. Source: YouTube/UTV
Bulldog who is currently part of Shatta Wale's management team, claimed the situation often turns around where the artiste cannot go home and needs to sleep over at the manager's place.
He defended the situation, revealing that the two become naturally attached to one another since they spend a lot of time together.
The outspoken personality stated that artiste managers should not be blamed because they do not force the ladies but it happens naturally.
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