- Bulldog has detailed the events that took place at Sarkodie’s Black Love virtual concert rehearsal amid the Stonebwoy and Angel Town brouhaha
- The popular artiste manager confirmed that dancehall star, Stonebwoy actually slapped Sarkodie's manager, Angel Town
- He, however, refuted claims touting Shatta Wale as the cause of the violent brawl that occurred
- Bulldog sat as a panellist in an interview on the United Showbiz with Nana Ama McBrown on UTV
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Lawrence Nana Asiama Hanson, better known as Bulldog, the manager of Ghanaian dancehall musician, Shatta Wale, has recounted the full details about the Stonebwoy-Angel Town fracas.
Bulldog confirmed that Stonebwoy actually assaulted Angel Town during Sarkodie’s Black Love virtual concert rehearsal.
He, however, distanced Shatta Wale from the violent altercation which involved dancehall musician Stonebwoy and Sarkodie’s manager, Angel Town.
Speaking in an interview on the United Showbiz with Nana Ama McBrown on UTV, Bulldog refuted claims touting Shatta Wale as the cause of the clash that occurred between Stonebwoy and Angel Town.
He indicated that Shatta Wale had nothing to do with the altercation that ensued between the duo.
Bulldog narrated that when Shatta Wale arrived at Sarkodie’s Black Love virtual concert rehearsal on Monday, he spent nearly 10 minutes on stage. He added that after Shatta finished rehearsing, they were on their way to their vehicle when the road manager informed them that Stonebwoy had slapped Angel Town.
According to Bulldog, the incident happened while Shatta Wale was on stage rehearsing. They were informed about the violent altercation by their road manager on their way to their car.
The controversial artiste manager, also refuted claims that the fracas happened when Shatta Wale arrived at the venue and Stonebwoy was denied his initial spot at the car park, erupting the brawl.
Meanwhile, multiple award-winning Ghanaian blogger, Ameyaw Debrah, who was also a panellist on the United Showbiz with Nana Ama McBrown, confirmed that Stonebwoy actually slapped Sarkodie’s manager, Angel Town.
Debrah, however, stated that the camps involved cannot disclose the full details about the incident that occurred due to a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) the parties involved signed.
Watch the full interview below.
In another story, celebrated African literary titan, Ama Ata Aidoo, has been greatly celebrated in the latest 15-track album, Twice As Tall, by Nigerian afrobeat artiste, Burna Boy.
The album, which was released in August and has received worldwide acclaim, recognises Ama Ata Aidoo as an advocate in projecting a positive African image.
Burna Boy acknowledges Ama Aidoo’s contribution in shaping the African narrative in a positive perspective against western narrative that highlights Africa in the context of a poverty-stricken continent.
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