Artiste manager, Bulldog has made intimidating remarks about President Nana Akufo-Addo running from the country if he fails to ensure the payment of locked-up cash owed to Menzgold customers.
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The CEO of Bullhause Entertainment and manager of Shatta Wale was responding to comments from the host of UTV's United Showbiz, Nana Ama Mcbrown, as she sought to calm heated confrontations between him and Afia Schwar over the now-defunct gold dealership company.
''Like he will run from this country. Like he no go finish his four years,'' Bulldog threatened in response to remarks by McBrown that no argument will bring back the locked-up monies.
Although Bulldog subsequently clarified in his closing comments on the show that he has nothing personal against President Akufo-Addo, he failed to unreservedly retract his threat.
Meanwhile, on the same show, Afia Schwar unapologetically disclosed that she is dating a married man after successfully divorcing her ex-husband.
''I'm dating someone's husband, so I don't know whether I love him or not. He kind of loves me [and] I'm okay with that; he comes and go,'' Afia said.
The mother of three also touched on her past illicit sexual affairs with Mallet, the man whom her ex-husband caught in her bed with.
In other YEN.com.gh news, a watchman named Charles Ayisala, who has been incarcerated to serve a prison term of eight-years after inflicting harm on the eye of an intruder, has finally been released.
Charles Ayisala, 46, who is married with children, has served four years of the 8-year jail sentence.
The father of five was saved from serving the remaining four years of his original jail term after a Good Samaritan, Ali Ibrahim, paid his court fine.
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