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Bull Dog Has Not Travelled Outside Ghana Since Shatta Wale Sacked Him
 
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30-May-2016  
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Hiplife act Kontihene wants the world to believe that he is a Ghanaian music legend. Uhm, he is legendary for ‘fighting’ personalities in the entertainment industry though: Obrafour, Hammer, Kwaw Kese, Amanda Jissih and counting.

His new victim is Music Producer and Manager, Lawrence Hanson, popularly known as Bulldog. The two were guests on Happy FM over the weekend on an entertainment discussion show.

The 2003 Ghana Music Awards ‘Artiste of the Year’ winner claimed he was/is the reason why Papi of 5Five lost his spot in the music industry. That obviously infuriated BullDog who at a point managed the group. 

The disagreement led to name calling and the former walking off the show.

The ‘Aketesia’ artiste walked off the show after their disagreement. He took to his facebook page claiming Bulldog is frustrated because he hasn’t travelled outside Ghana since dancehall artiste Shatta Wale parted ways with him months ago.

Since Shatta wale abandoned this clown–Adabraka lazy Dog- he hasnt got any opportunity to travel outside the country again. Not even Togo. He is busy roaming about aimlessly. Pls wherever u see this junky, watch his feet, nails and pay attention to his breath. Damn! This toy cut a wrong meat. ‪#‎omame ‪#‎opapa

Looks like there is a lot of action to expect from these two who enjoy beefing with any and everyone who disagrees with them, sometimes leading to threats of physical harm.

Time will tell what will happen next, right?
 





 
 
Source: livefmghana.com
 
 

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