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Shatta Wale Has A Problem With Samini, Not Stonebwoy – Bull Dog   
 
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05-Aug-2015  
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Bull Dog has cautioned Ghanaians to stop spreading false information that his artiste has a problem with the reining artiste of the year, Stonebwoy. Bull Dog in an interview with 'Sammy Flex on Pluzz FM' said the two artistes have nothing bad against each other.


He made it clear that the only artiste the “Dancehall Commando” hitmaker do not see an eye to eye with is Emmanuel Andrews aka Samini. Bull Dog said this on Tuesday morning when clarifying a tweet Shatta Wale made after all Ghanaian artistes lost at this year’s MTV Africa Music Awards. Explaining the tweet which many said it was directed at Stonebwoy, Bull Dog said “there were four individuals that went for MAMAs – Sarkodie, Samini, Fuse ODG and Stonebwoy.


These are the four people who left for the MAMAs. Any Ghanaian knows that Shatta Wale has a problem with one person and that is Samini so how come the tweet Shatta Wale made wasn’t referring to Samini but it has to be referred to Stonebowy.”


Giving reasons to prove that Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy are good friends, Bull Dog recalled that “when Stonebwoy had a nomination for BET, go back and check if you live in Ghana or either you live in Togo, Shatta tweeted and said congrats to Stonebwoy and Sarkodie.” He further asked Ghanaians not to misinform the public on what they do not know. “Don’t misinform the people. If you don’t know go research. let us encourage people to do good and let us not discourage them.”

 
 
Source: zionfelix.com
 
 

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