According to the outspoken manager, Shatta Wale did what was right in the series of videos he released last week insulting and accusing Charter House and their television station GhOne for not showing his videos.
He said, “there is no way, under God’s earth that we are apologizing. Shatta Wale has no intention to do that. When we say SM, we mean serious matters and these are issues worrying and troubling us this industry so we will not apologise for being ourselves. We will not apologise for speaking the truth.”
In an interview with Sammy Flex on Pluzz FM, an Accra-based radio station, Bull Dog made it clear that Shatta Wale and his management are ready to meet Charterhouse in court if they have planned to sue them.
“Director of GHOne, Nii Ayittey Hammond spoke on two platforms and he said they were going to court. We are ready for them,” he indicated.
Bull Dog further recommended a lawyer who can win the case for Charter House if they plan to pursue their lawsuit against Shatta Wale, “There is a lawyer who can only win the case that I will like to recommend for them.”
“If they can get this lawyer, they will win the case against us but if they don’t get that lawyer, they should forget. The lawyer is called Alan Shore of Boston Legal series. If they can’t get that lawyer, they should forget the court,” he further said.
PRO for Charter House, George Quaye, told Sammy Flex on the show that Charter House has no intention of taking Shatta Wale to court for his utterances because it is not the first time the ‘Dancehall King’ hitmaker is accusing them with no facts.
Shatta Wale days ago released four short videos accusing GhOne of blacklisting him on their platform.