- Bulldog claims that his professional relationship with dancehall artiste is forever
- In a new interview with Ola Michael on Neat FM, he stated that they have signed a blood covenant
- He also added that anyone who ends the relationship will go mad
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Talent manager, Bulldog, professionally known as Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson claims he has signed a blood contract with dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale.
In response to a question during an interview with Ola Michael on Entertainment Ghana on Neat 100.9 FM, he added that their working relationship is for life.
"Yes, I am. You see the contract is for life. blood contract. We have signed a blood covenant. If I stop working with him, I would go mad, and if he stop working with me, he would go mad," asserted Bulldog.
"The manager is responsible for building a whole team. During the second coming of Shatta Wale, I used to do everything. I assembled the current team that works with him so I don't have to be out there doing everything again. I am still here."
Years ago, Wale, through a press release stated that he had ended his professional relationship with Bulldog, hence all inquiries about his work should be directed to a new team, but the two have since reunited and have been working together for some time now.
Watch Bulldog talk about his work with Shatta Wale below.
In other news, award-winning radio broadcaster, Abeiku Santana, born Gilbert Abeiku Aggrey, has posted frames of his daughter, Princess Kesewaa Aggrey, for the first to mark her birthday.
The renowned Ghanaian radio presenter and popular event's MC shared the beautiful photos as Princess Kesewaa Aggrey celebrated her new age on Friday, June 18.
Sharing the beautiful photos of his daughter with a heartwarming message, Abeiku Santana recalled how his daughter was birthed into the world, revealing that the joy of her birth inspired the name Princess.
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