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Shatta-Wizkid feud: ‘I am worried for Shatta Wale’ – Bulldog

Former manager of Shatta Wale, Lawrence Nana Asiamah Ansong popularly known as Bulldog has expressed gross concern about the lifestyle of his former artiste, Charles Nii Armah Mensah widely known as Shatta Wale.

According to him, his penchant of attacking colleague musicians especially from Nigeria is a threat to his career.

Shatta Wale in his opinion indicated that he doesn’t see Wizkid as a superstar hence he rather expects the ‘Come Closer’ hit maker to see him as such.

His comment ‘angered’ followers of Wizkid with some of them raining down insults on Ghanaians as a whole.

Speaking on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM, Bulldog advised Shatta Wale to refrain from prolonging the on-going beef between him and the fans of Nigerian artiste Wizkid.

According to him, he is not worried about Shatta Wale but as a breadwinner of his family, he expects him to forgo any provoking matters and move on with his life.

“It was a passing comment for Shatta. For me I am not worried about Shatta. I am worried about his kids. I think anything we do have posterity. He has wife and kids. I mean sometimes he has to think about that. He is the breadwinner so he should let that sink in his thoughts when he’s provoked…” he said.

Bulldog further advised Ghanaians to drop the ‘Inferiority complex’ syndrome since money doesn’t guarantee life.

He stressed that a lot of people are jealous of the success of others hence the reason for the attacks.

“We have to stop being sad so we can celebrate people. We have inferiority complex. We feel because we don’t have money we can’t live. Life is a gift. We got ourselves here and life is never easy. We need a positive attitude. It’s a sad mind-set and we need to purge ourselves from it…” he maintained.

Source: adomonline.com

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