Bulldog has said Shatta Wale, just like every businessman, started his ride-hailing app SHAXI to make money and nothing else.
Although the award-winning Dancehall great has said in previous interviews that his sole aim is to solve the vast employment rate in the country through his initiative and empower them to be financially independent, Bulldog subtly said this is not entirely true.
Appearing on Hitz FM for an interview on Tuesday, the ace pundit and artiste manager said Wale primarily wants to make money.
“You think if it wasn’t for money, Shatta Wale will be able to start SHAXI?“, he said on Day Break Hitz hosted by Andy Dosty.
Recall that we recently announced that Shatta Wale and Bulldog have parted ways. Bulldog made this surprising disclosure when he was hosted in the studios of 3FM on Saturday.
The famous artiste manager who once had a stint with Zylofon Media said he has never mentioned this new development because when he and Wale reunited, both parties did not release any official statement to the public.
“But if people are not working together any longer, it doesn’t mean they are not talking or we are no longer friends,” Bulldog said as he denies he doesn’t have any issue with Shatta Wale.
On why he refused to talk about it, Bulldog said “because when I started working with him, no one wrote a story so why should the separation be announced? … if we are no longer together why should we come and announce it?“
Arnold Asamoah-Baidoo and Nii Aryii Tagoe who were on the show as co-panelists advised Bulldog to at least inform his industry colleagues about their separation and he said: “that is why I am telling you guys.”