- Bulldog, Shatta Wale's manager, recently caused a stir after passing a derogatory remark about women
- In an interview, Bulldog suggested that women were of no importance except for their role in the kitchen
- Following his statement, photos of his wife and children have popped up online
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Lawrence Nana Asiama Hanson aka Bulldog, the manager of Shatta Wale, has been trending in the news in the last few days.
This follows his rather nauseating comment he recently made about women in general.
In an interview, Bulldog declared that there will be no way men and women will ever be equal because God did not create them equally.
According to Bulldog, God created men before women because women were clearly unimportant and hence the reason they ruined everything after they were made adding that women belong to the kitchen and the bedroom.
The statement has led to a lot of backlash for Bulldog, who is often considered as a controversial character.
Amid the backlash, photos of Bulldog and his family has popped up showing his wife and children.
One of the photos sighted by YEN.com.gh shows Bulldog's wife dressed in a yellow outfit standing to his left.
To his right was his beautiful first daughter. His son, the second of his children, sat on the shoulders of Bulldog who had knelt down while the youngest child, a girl, stood in front of him.
Another set of photos has the family inside their room.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh recently reported how Bulldog incurred the wrath of some Ghanaians on the social media for slamming the minister of tourism over Sarkodie's Year of Return ambassadorial role.
Following Sarkodie's appointment, Bulldog, in an interview with on Zylofon TV, Bulldog stated that "every artiste in Ghana deserves the ambassadorial role because they all represent Ghana. Let me say that Sarkodie’s Year Of Return ambassadorial announcement was out of place. The announcement shouldn’t have been at the forum.”
But his statement led to a massive backlash on social media.
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