[Video] Bulldog makes shocking revelations about Iwan over cemetery shoot

Artiste manager Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson, popularly known as Bulldog, has made some shocking revelations about his stint as manager of reggae and dancehall artiste Iwan.

Bulldog, who insists that he has invested in Iwan more than any other artiste, wondered why the reggae and dancehall artiste will call him a ‘demon’.

Iwan, in a recent interview with MzGee on Showbuzz on 3FM, had a bone to pick with a number persons in the Ghanaian music space including dancehall artiste Stonebwoy and his former manager Bulldog.

Shocked that Iwan, born Abdul Razak Issahaku, could tag him as a ‘demon’, Bulldog said he made several unimaginable sacrifices to push the musician’s career.

Bulldog cited, for example, that Iwan’s video, ‘Thanks and Praise’, which was shot at a cemetery, had him borrow a friend’s suit for the dancehall and reggae artiste to wear for the shoot.

“The suit Iwan wore at the cemetery, I borrowed it from a friend called Conrade…I only bought the white shirt and then borrowed the suit because that guy was as tall as Iwan. I used to work with him at Charterhouse at the time…,” the artiste manager, who currently manages Shatta Wale, revealed in an interview on Showbiz 927 on 3FM with MzGee.

According to him, “serious investment. I’ve never invested in any artiste like I did for Iwan. We put our all in there because we wanted the brand to come up…”

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Source: 3news.com|Ghana

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