The Bullgod-5Five-Appietus feud is still on, and Bullgod, former manager of 5Five group, has promised on 3FM’s Showbiz 927 that he intends to take the issue to the law court of Ghana. According to Bullgod, he will not allow Appietus to feed off his labour for free.
Bullgod added that his team fully supports his actions. He is also ready to go to all lengths to retrieve his money from Appietus.
A few weeks ago, Papi of 5Five music group accused beatmaker Appietus of uploading their music online and pocketing the revenue with 5Five or Bullhause’s consent. Bullgod, CEO of Bullhause Entertainment, the record label managing 5Five at the time the songs in contention were recorded, jumped in to confirm Papi’s allegations while demanding his share.
According to Bullgod, Appietus brought his books over to accounting. After auditing the records, they found discrepancies in about two or three-year period.
“One store, as in Spotify, the song is almost a million streams that tabulate into between $4,000 and $5,000. And there are over thirty stores,” Bullgod confides in Caleb Nii Boye.
Bullgod continued to say that he would take his money plus interest because Appietus has been ‘enjoying’ for about 10 years.
He added that he has exhausted all avenues to solve the issue amicably, saying that going to court is the only way now.”
“We will go to court because, at this point, there’s nothing left to settle. That relationship was curtailed when he started going off-script. This issue has been on my table since last year June 29. I called him and spoke to him. We came to an amicable conclusion on what will be done.
“At this point, I’ve not spoken to him again, and I don’t think I will call him again because the last time we tried to have a conversation publicly, he hurled insults at me.”