Artiste Manager, Bulldog says if he was in charge of the Militants, he would have beaten them before he sacks them from the camp of Shatta Movement (SM)
He made this known when he spoke as a panelist on UTV’s entertainment show monitored by MyNewsGh.com.
He said when he reunited with Shatta Wale, he [Shatta Wale] had signed a lifetime contract with the Militants but he suggested that he let them go but Shatta Wale who wanted someone who will take over from him said they should be left so they can be groomed.
Bulldog noted that the Militants were interested in the show and not the business which is producing music and that was really a put off and a waste of resources because they made nothing off them.
“My boss is trying so hard and so he took these guys in so he could leave a legacy behind. People helped him to get to where he is so he also wanted to help others. But sometimes when some of these boys are brought in they like to play too much. You joined because you wanted to work and learn the trade very well. You know we parted ways for a while and we came back together.
When I came back he had already signed them, the first thing I told him is that he should fire all of them, sack them because my work ethics is different and when I see a talent I identify it so if you’re a talent that does not have your work at heart and only love just the show then I don’t think you want to achieve more and that’s the story of the Militants.
So when I joined Shatta Wale again I asked that they are sacked. He has tried to put them on track but to no avail. If it were me, I would’ve beaten them before I sack them”.