Amid Appietus and 5Five’s issue, Ghanaian artiste manager, Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson, widely known as Bulldog, has revealed how the issue can be resolved.
He mentioned the only way that the issue can be resolved during an interview with Sammy Flex on CTV that Newshuntermag.com has come across.
If the issue we are talking about is new to you, this is how it began. A few days ago, a video of Appietus, a Ghanaian music producer, talking about the earnings he got from putting songs on digital platforms went viral.
Following his revelation in the video, Bulldog, who once managed Ghanaian music group, 5Five, became furious and stated that Appietus, known as Appiah Dankwah in private life, will pay all the money he earned from the songs of 5Five with interest.
After Bulldog’s statement, Appietus and Papi, a member of the 5Five music group, traded insults at each other on live TV.
The music producer claimed he was not paid and that’s the reason why he put the songs online—but Papi has countered that they paid him.
Speaking in a new interview with Sammy Flex, Bulldog disclosed that the issue will be resolved if Appietus pays the money he got from putting the songs online.
According to him, they found out what he did when a digital distributor was doing some work for them.
He indicated that Appietus was ready to change the account details used to collect royalties to theirs when they confronted him barely a year ago, but he does not know why he is challenging them now.
Bulldog further mentioned all the songs that the popular music producer put online without their consent.
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