Renowned Hiplife artiste Kwaw Kese says he is shattered by the revelation by popular dancehall artiste Shatta Wale that Bulldog admitted to murdering someone.
Shatta Wale made the wild allegation against his former manager Monday claiming Bulldog in a fist of rage, admitted to killing someone but failed to mention the name of the person.
“I have repeated the part about him threatening to kill me twice and I won't hide it. Somebody asked him; Bulldog are you not the same person who has issues to answer in Ghana about things like these, and he responded; don't mind him, I will kill him like I killed the other guy," Shatta said at a news conference on Pluzz FM in Accra.
It is unclear the individual the King of the Shatta movement was referring to but Bulldog was charged over the murder of another entertainment personality Fennec Okyere last year.
Okyere was the manager of ‘Abodam’ hitmaker until his death. Bulldog has, however, been acquitted and discharged in the case.
But speaking on Starr Midday News, a sad Kwaw kese told News anchor Kwaku Obeng Adjei that he hopes the Police would resurrect the case based on the claims by Shatta Wale.
According to him, the claims by Shatta Wale are “serious” and must not be ignored by the Police.
“My day has been miserable since I heard Shatta Wale say the things that he said…I think the things he said are serious and the Police must not sleep on it,” Kwaw Kese said.
Meanwhile, family of Fennec Okyere have called for the arrest of Shata Wale and his former Manager.
Spokesperson for the family Ursula Owusu told Starr News that she has alerted the Police over the claims by the ‘Hold it’ singer.
According to her, the statements by Shatta Wale must be probed by the Police to establish who he was referring to.
Source: pluzz899.com/starr news
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