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Why I Won’t Withdraw The Lawsuit Against Shatta Wale Even If He Apologizes – Bulldog Explains

Ghanaian artiste manager, Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson, widely known as Bulldog, is not ready to forgive Shatta Wale for the lawsuit against him.

If you would recall, Bulldog dragged Shatta Wale to court after he alleged in a post on Facebook that the former told him about how the murder of Fennec Okyere was planned.

When asked if he will forgive Shatta Wale and withdraw the court case if he apologizes, he gave a no answer.

He stated that the case is beyond him and the musician.

“No, I won’t. It is beyond me and it is beyond him now. I have been there before; I have been in that space before. I went through a lot and I didn’t go through it alone. I went through it with my family. I did almost a month in cells. My wife grew as lean as an HIV patient, she went through a lot because of me. We already have our challenges cos already I dey disturb her a lot and now this. So, if I have the power to stop her suffering, especially with this case, I will,” Bullgod responded in an interview on Joy Prime.

In a different interview on Hitz FM, the Artiste Manager explained why he took the decision to sue Wale.

“I’m doing this for my kids and my wife. They are not the ones asking me to sue but they were the ones who suffered a lot when I was behind bars. Nobody suffered more than my wife especially. When I got out of cells after one month, she was looking like a broomstick. Slim, drained. She never slept.

“I remember when I got back from prison, my daughter asked where I was and I told her that I travelled. She said daddy you are lying you were in cells. How did she get to know? She goes to school and I was all over the news at that time,” Bullgod averred.

Bulldog and Shatta Wale
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Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku

I am a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

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