Manager of Shatta Wale, Bulldog, has revealed that he told Shatta Wale to sack the militants because they were causing him psychological and emotional trauma.
According to Bulldog, the militants – Addi Self, Captan and Joint 77 – were causing Shatta Wale all kings of pain with their constant issues with him and therefore Wale was not having peace of mind.
Bulldog claimed he realized as Wale’s manager that he was emotionally and psychologically traumatized from dealing with the militants so he told Wale to sack them from his life.
“Shatta is my artiste, they are not. He was psychologically and emotionally tormented by their act. I cannot do my work with that…I cannot have my artiste psychologically tormented by other people. I cannot have him emotionally worked up by other people so I can’t get the best of him to work, it doesn’t make sense to me,” he told Andy Dosty on Daybreak Hitz.
“So if we have done what we can do and they still are in that same space then they need to go,” Bulldog fired.
He added that Wale is a workaholic who only sleeps a few hours a day so those who want to work with him must have that kind of work ethic, instead the militants are only interested in partying.
Bulldog added that the militants can come back but they will have to demonstrate that they are ready to change and get working and not only be interested in fun.