Controversial Ghanaian artiste manager, Nana Asiamah Hanson popularly known as Bulldog has disclosed a shocking opinion on how to artiste managers can successfully manage female artistes.

Bulldog urges artiste managers to sleep with their female artists to help them become successful

Bulldog has opined that for the management of a female artiste to be successful, the artiste  manager should get intimate with the female artiste.

He disclosed this during an interview with celebrated Ghanaian actress and presenter, Nana Ama McBrown
on UTV’s United Showbiz where they were all discussing the topic  of intimacy issues between artists and their managers.

All panelists on the show spoke in the Ghanaian native language, twi. Bulldog stated that “If you want to manage a female artiste successfully, you have to be in a relationship; an emotional relationship and a sexual relationship with the artiste.”

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He further added that the only problem that could arise out of such intimacy between an artiste and a manager is when one or both of the parties is marrried.

The current manager of Shatta Wale justified his stand by citing the example of Ghanaian singer, Becca and her former manager, Kiki Benson who were well known to be having a very romantic relationship.

Bulldog is the former manager of Ghanaian musix groupn VVIP, Arab B, and is currently working with Shatta Wale.

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