- Bulldog has taken a swipe at award-winning artiste, Wiyaala
- According to the artiste manager, even though Wiyaala shows skin it does not get a lot of attention
- Wiyaala recently took on entertainment pundits for saying she does not matter in the music industry
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Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson, well known as Bulldog, has joined the ongoing discussion about Wiyaala, who calls herself the Lioness of Africa, following her warning to entertainment pundits.
Commenting on the issue on Okay FM’s Best Entertainment Show hosted by Halifax Ansah-Addo, Bulldog stated that Wiyaala shows a lot of skin but it is not getting her the mileage because her skin is hard.
He added that the singer’s skin is not their taste by using a line from Eno’s diss song, Rap Goddess, in which she said one of her beef partner’s skin looks hard like a teacher's wife. The line goes, "Woho bawee se teacher ni yere".
According to him, Moesha, Sista Afia, and others show soft skins that are attractive to many and get them the mileage.
Wiyaala’s warning to entertainment pundits and bloggers to stop mentioning her name has attracted a lot of reactions.
In the wake of her warning, popular radio presenter, Kwasi Aboagye, indicated that panelists would not stop mentioning her name until she gets a court order.
He went on to call Wiyaala an idiot for farting in a video she posted online some time ago.
It all started after Wiyaala reacted to a comment made by Arnold Asamoah-Baidoo on GhanaWeb TV’s ‘Bloggers Forum’.
The Lioness of Africa recorded a video to warn the entertainment pundits and others to stop mentioning her name in their discussions if they think she really doesn’t count in the Ghanaian music scene.
Speaking about controversies involving musicians, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that multiple award-winning British-Ghanaian recording artiste, Nana Richard Abiona, better known by his stage name Fuse ODG, has burnt the pictorial image of “supposed” Jesus in a video.
According to him, the image of Jesus we see is the root cause of all our problems as Africans and only a way through which our “oppressors” paint themselves in the image of a god.
He said we need to take our faith into our own hands and not in a mere image, as the Bible even states: "We should not create for ourselves images in the form of a man or woman or any creature on earth".
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