- Bulldog has taken a swipe at Nana Akufo-Addo
- According to the artiste manager, Shatta Wale is bigger than the President
- He made this known in his latest interview
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Shatta Wale's manager, Bulldog, has discredited President Nana Akufo-Addo's popularity ahead of the December 7, 2020, election.
According to the tough-talking artiste manager, Sgatta Wale is bigger than the President.
In an interview monitored by YEN.com.gh on Accra-based Okay FM's Entertainment Show, Bulldog explained that Shatta Wale has got the charisma to pull more crowd than the Ghanaian President.
Bulldog was reacting to the viral story of a Trotro Driver, who was working and spotted Shatta Wale around Hitz FM and did an unusual thing to meet the 'My Level' singer.
He quit the journey, offloaded his passengers, refunded their fares to them, just so he could have the time to meet Shatta Wale.
He said Shatta's popularity can't be contested because he is even bigger than the incumbent.
''Shatta Wale is bigger than Nana Akufo-Addo...in terms of popularity. What we do as entertainment people or people on TV, we're miles ahead of all these politicians," he stated.
Meanwhile, award-winning rapper, Sarkodie, known in private life as Michael Owusu Addo, has given a big boost to the campaign of President Nana Akufo-Addo.
In his latest song titled Happy Day, Sarkodie has endorsed Akufo-Addo for a second term as President of Ghana.
While the Happy Day song can be generally described as a track to praise God, the versatile rapper was able to infuse political messages in it as he endorsed Akufo-Addo.
After talking about his life and praising God for his life, Sarkodie chipped in some issues he had with the National Democratic Congress (NDC) who criticised him for releasing songs to take a swipe at John Mahama's government.
Mentioning the Dumsor and Inflation songs he did at the time, Sarkodie did a fast-forward to Akufo-Addo's time and pointed to the stable electricity and Free Senior High School.
He then proceeded to urge the President to continue to govern saying 'Nana Toaso' which literally translates as 'continue, Nana.'
At the end of the song, Sarkodie cleverly chips in the battle is still the Lord's which has been a longtime slogan for AKufo-Addo and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) since he first contested the presidency in 2008.
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