No issue in Ghana would be complete without the spiritual element being dragged in, so hold on to your seats.
During the past two weeks, Ghanaians have been treated to exclusive coverage of the Shatta Wale-Bulldog catfight. The partnership of the once seemingly inseparable friends devolved into termination of contracts, allegations of death threats, and police interventions.
Speaking on Pluzz fm, the self acclaimed Dancehall king said the sudden change that came over Bulldog was inexplicable- unless one considers the spiritual option.
He believes Bulldog suffered a spiritual attack.
“I still cannot believe Bulldog did that to me, I think he is under spiritual attack.
“You see, when our misunderstanding began, some of my guys came around trying to talk to Bull to calm down, but he refused.”
He went on to describe how extremely hyper Bulldog was whilst they tried to calm him. Is he sure by hyper he doesn’t mean ‘in a drug induced hallucination?’
“He was extremely hyper and was not willing to listen to anyone. I believe whatever is going on is spiritual because, for a second, I did not know Bulldog,”
This is the problem with this country, yeah? Bulldog is not going to take kindly to this, and it doesn’t bring anyone closer to a solution- except one involving a canny spiritualist making thousands of cedis.
How about sitting down and having a dialogue to solve problems- whatever happened to that?