Lawrence Nana Asiama Hanson, better known as Bulldog, the manager of Shatta Wale, has reacted to the trending saga about the now-defunct SM militant group.
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This comes amid news about the dissolution of the once vibrant group that became famous for bangers such as Taking Over, Thunder and others.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh highlighted that Ghanaian dancehall king Shatta Wale affirmed that he decided to sack the three SM militants Natty Lee, Captan, Addi Self, and Joint 77 from his camp.
The manager of Shatta Wale has reacted to the trending saga about the sacking of the former SM militant members.
In an interview on United Showbiz with Nana Ama McBrown on UTV, Bulldog revealed that he told Shatta Wale to sack the three SM militant members.
Bulldog did not mince words when he further stated that his first advice after he reconciled with Shatta Wale was to urge him to dismiss Natty Lee, Captan, Addi Self and Joint 77.
According to the outspoken manager, the three were not serious with their craft after they were accepted into Shatta’s camp.
Bulldog noted that Natty Lee, Captan, Addi Self, and Joint 77 seemed more interested in the fame than their talent as musicians.
The popular artiste manage highlighted that Shatta had exhibited a lot of maturity and patience towards the three before he finally decided to sack them.
''When I returned to work with Shatta Wale after splitting from his camp, my first advice was to ask him to sack them...They were not serious,'' Bulldog said.
Bulldog also indicated that he wanted Shatta Wale to sack them not long after he started working with him again.
Watch interview below.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh that the wife of the late Captain Major Maxwell Mahama, Barbara, is mourning the devastating loss of her late husband three years after his painful demise.
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On May 30, 2017, news emerged that residents of Denkyira-Obuasi, now New Obuasi in the Central Region had lynched army officer, Captain Major Maxwell Adam Mahama to death after mistaking him for an armed thief.
The late Captain Mahama’s attackers beat him to death with stones, building blocks and sticks and set him on fire on May 29, 2017.
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