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Shatta Wale has increased his charges for shows – Bulldog

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Lawrence Asiamah Hanson aka Bulldog who some years ago vowed not to work with Shatta Wale again but now due to some circumstances is working with the artiste again has revealed the new amount one needs to have before getting Shatta Wale on any platform.

Bulldog who is the manager for Shatta Wale in an interview has revealed that they have reviewed their price and now have new charges for shows across the country.

Speaking on an interview on Accra-based Happy FM, Bulldog revealed that any event organizer who wishes to have the Dancehall artiste on his/her show should be able and ready to cough out GHC 500,000.

Asked if whether they would charge the same money outside Accra and Kumasi example is in town that they can’t raise that amount, he defended by asking if the price ideal milk is different in those towns.

According to him since the price of milk in Accra is the same as the price of milk in Berekum, then Shatta Wale is also a product so it means he is going to charge the same amount everywhere.

Watch the video below:

Shatta Wale was previously said to be charging Ghc300K so this means an additional Ghc 200k has been added to his charges.

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