Bulldog says Papi of 5-five fame used juju from Benin to excel in his career

Bulldog says Papi of 5-five fame used juju from Benin to excel in his career

- Bulldog has said Papi, one of the artistes, went from juju in Benin

- He said Papi went to Benin long before others discovered it

- For what Papi used the juju for, Bulldog says he cannot tell

- Papi trended massively with his hit song Mujebaya in 2011

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Shatta Wale’s manager, Bulldog, known in real life as Hanson Asiamah, has revealed that one of the artists he managed, Papi, of 5-Five fame, went to Benin for juju.

According to him, long before others discovered Benin, Papi was already aware of it and had visited the country.

Bulldog added that Papi blew up all of a sudden when he returned from Benin, and that was the time the massive hit Mujebaya was released.

Bulldog says Papi of 5-five fame used juju from Benin to excel in his career
A collage of Bulldog and Papi. Photo credit: @bullhause @ghanacelebrities.com
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He added, however, that he could not pinpoint what exactly Papi used his juju from Benin for.

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He made the revelation on the McBrown’s Kitchen show monitored by YEN.com.gh recently.

When the host, McBrown asked if Bulldog did not fear making the claim, he said Papi could sue him for that if he was telling a lie.

Meanwhile, Papi seems to have vanished from the music scene as nothing is being heard from him in a long while.

While on the show, Bulldog also listed his top three Dancehall musicians in Ghana.

He mentioned Bandana, Shatta, and Wale, as his top three Dancehall artiste.

The three names stand for the same person, Shatta Wale, who Bulldog still manages.

Explaining why that is so, Bulldog said Shatta Wale, known formerly as Bandana in the early 2000s, did not receive the attention he is gaining now, and in addition to other factors, he was forced to get lost in the industry.

Bulldog continued that, at the right time, Shatta Wale bounced back with much force, rebranded, and got back onto the Dancehall throne on which he had earlier been forced off.

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To him, Shatta Wale’s resilience and hard work is unmatched, making him the only Dancehall musician in Ghana.

He added that Shatta Wale has grown past the stage where he would be compared with others, stating that, he has no contender. Bulldog was earlier asked to mention his top three rappers in Ghana.

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