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Bulldog finally reacts to claims that Shatta Wale has sacked him for the second time



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Bulldog has reacted to viral assertions that he has been sacked by Shatta Wale for the second time.

News went rife days ago that Lawrence Asiamah Hanson aka Bulldog has been sacked for the second time by dancehall artiste Shatta Wale.

This information came from an unconfirmed report of a Facebook post of one social media user with the handle Gizo Gh.

See what he wrote;


Following the intelligence, social media went buzzing leaving netizens shocked and asking questions about the possible deed that might have warranted his dismissal.

Let me take you through a bit of Shatta Wale and Bulldog. In 2015, Shatta Wale kicked out Bulldog from his team stating that he wasn’t adding anything to the team and just enjoying his money.

Bulldog and his Bullhaus Entertainment label in quick response released a press statement to announce the official termination of their contract with the dancehall artiste.

However, Shatta Wale in 2018, signed a deal with Nana Appiah Mensah’s Zylofon Media as at that time Bulldog was the artist and repertoire for the label which meant that he was supposed to work with Shatta Wale.

This reignited their strong and enviable working relationship and even though the Zylofon label is currently crisis-stricken, the two continued working until now.

Well, days after staying in silence Bulldog has reacted to these claims by Gizo after a fan asked him on social media to confirm the news.

In answering, Bulldog rubbished claims. Though he never stated categorically he has been sacked, his response to the questions sighted seemingly predicate that rumours going round has no truth in it.

See the convo that ensued between himself and a User;

Bulldog response to Shatta's sack
Bulldog response to Shatta’s sack

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“Wahala for who get fame and no money”



Former Big Brother Naija lockdown housemate, Kaisha Umaru has taken to Twitter to throw shades at someone with fame but no money.

The BBNaija lockdown show has been concluded months ago, but the drama is yet to stop.

Moments ago, Kaisha made a tweet which has sparked controversy on the platform.

“Wahala for get fame and no money”, Kaisha wrote.

It’s not clear who Kaisha was referring to, but as usual, some fans of the BBNaija show have already started mentioning the names of the people who they feel Kaisha was referring to in her tweet.

See her tweet below;

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Ghana Election 2020: I Never Sponsored Adverts Against Free SHS Policy



Mr. Mahama said the information the National Democratic Congress (NDC) tried to disseminate to Ghanaians was that, the Free SHS didn’t supposed to be introduced by rush and some selfish politicians desperate for power.

He said the 1992 constitution calls for a free progressive education and that was what he started in 2015.

Speaking in an interview monitored by, Mr. Mahama said; ” I was been prophetic, the implementation has been very poor and that is what has ended in the double track. That is what has ended up in our Free Senior High School programme been the most expensive one in the world, very wasteful.”

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However, Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia claims the then NDC government under John Mahama sponsored a total of 40 media adverts against Free SHS.

In his last speech at the Nation Building Update on Thursday 26th November, 2020, Mr. Bawumia alleged “They even went to the Supreme Court to stop Free SHS. They ran over 40 adverts against Free SHS. Today the NDC and their flagbearer are looking at us and saying that they started free SHS.”

READ ALSO: Ghana Election 2020: One District One Factory, Poorly Implemented – Mahama Jabs NPP

Ghana march on Monday 7th December, 2020 to the polls to elect both the next president and parliamentarians for the next 4 democratic years.


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