Bullhaus Entertainment Creative Director, Bulldog in a rare interview has thrown some light on the erstwhile radio conference his former artist Shatta Wale had.Speaking on Peace FM, Saturday, Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson responded a few questioned posed by the presenter regarding his relationship with the SM god.
Do you still work?
Bulldog: We don’t work anymore.
Do you miss him?
Bulldog: Why not? You see, I’m an artist by profession. I sketch, draw and paint and he is my work of art. What I mean is he is my sketch, painting, work and I’m part of his success because I contributed to his success. So obviously, you are part of something, it will be very unreal to start fighting and hating each other all of a sudden.
Are you able to pick your phone and call Shatta Wale?
Bulldog: No. No.. No… I wouldn’t do that. There would be nothing to talk about.
You talk to Socrates who is a member of the team now, so why can’t you speak to Shata?
Bulldog: What happened coupled with his press conference; you heard it and the rants after the press conference. May be if I call him and he picks up what will he say?
Does that mean you are not friends anymore?
Bulldog: We are not friends anymore.
Are you enemies?
Bulldog: No. I don’t make enemies.
If Shatta walks into you and greets, how will you react?
Bulldog: May be there will be no reaction. If he says Hi, maybe I wouldn’t say Hi back. It’s a natural human thing and because of what he said publicly about me. I have never said anything to ridicule him or anything negative about him. I don’t hate him but I might hate his attitude.
Are you not part of his attitude? Because you supported his attitude when you were with him?
Bulldog: If you invest in an individual; It could be money, time or sweat. You will not sit down idle for the thing to flop. If anyone wants to attack Shatta Wale and I work with him I will defend him. That’s why I was everywhere. I was everywhere taking the bullets and bombs. What I was doing was work and I was a laborer of love. When I do my work I do it with everything I have. I don’t do things in halves. I had a history before him. Every temperament that comes to me, I have to work with it. If it’s rowdy, if the artist is gun-puller, I will work with it. I won’t leave my work hanging. When he did the press conference and said I followed him like a body guard. I was really happy because we are seated here this afternoon because the arm forces are working hard to keep us safe. Once I’m a bodyguard and I can give him peace to work. I was not offended. There was something in the press conference that I felt bad about, that I threatened him – that was like he wanted to put me behind bars. You were looking for a problem for me.