Artiste Manager of one of the biggest dancehall musicians in Africa, Shatta Wale, Bullgod has stated that he will quit his managerial duties should Shatta decide to rejoin the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.
Shatta Wale and his colleague, Stonebwoy were involved in a heated brawl during the 2019 VGMA which resulted in the latter pulling up a gun to deter his attackers. This resulted in the two acts facing the law and also being suspended indefinitely from participating in the award scheme.
However, the ban was lifted but the two artists have refused to rejoin the award scheme and they go about accomplishing other projects.
Bullgod speaking in an interview on the United Showbiz on UTV said that he will quit managing Shatta Wale should he decide to rejoin the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards. According to him, Shatta Wale is a huge brand and will do perfectly well with or without the award scheme. He also stated that he will go into farming afterwards if Shatta goes back to the award scheme.
In other news, celebrated Veteran Ghanaian actor, Nii Saka Brown has described Psalm Adjeteyfio as a failure following his appeal for funds to sort out his rent issues.
Recall, Psalm Adjeteyfio trended in the headlines after he revealed that his current financial situation has been very disheartening to the extent that he is unable to pay his rent and only survives on what is being gifted to him by others.
His story moved the Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, and other benevolent Ghanaians who extended a helping hand to the actor with regards to his rent and sustenance.