Stonebwoy was setup by Charterhouse, If he’s sentenced, it’s their fault-Bulldog


Lawrence Asiamah Hanson known in showbiz as Bulldog has stated that organizers of VGMA set Stonebwoy up.

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According to him, if Stonebwoy is jailed as a result of the recent VGMA fracas between himself and Shatta Wale, Ghanaians should blame Charter House.

Buttressing his claim,Bulldog noted that the organizers should have muted Stonebwoy’s microphone after the brouhaha because he was going off script and was obviously not in his right state of mind.

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We know Bulldog has previously had issues with Stonebwoy whilst they were with Zylofon Music to the level that they were both invited and cautioned by Nana Appiah Mensah their employer.

He posted a picture of himself Shatta Wale and two police men and captioned the post with an epistle.

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This is what you should realise… Charterhouse set Stonebwoy up… they gave him a stage to say his peace after the fracas. Knowing VERY WELL he wasn’t in the RIGHT FRAME OF MIND. They never muted his microphone when he was going off script. They allowed him to incriminate himself. A scheme that’s supposed to serve as a parent body to all musicians shouldn’t avail its platform for such. IF Stonebwoy gets a jail term from this court case BLAME charterhouse! The irony, they caused the arrest of both Charles Nii Armah Mensah and Stonebwoy for disturbance. After a huge lapse in their security arrangements. Endangering lives of dignitaries and patrons by failing to detect fire arms smuggling into the auditorium. Charterhouse walks away free of charge. They get to return to business as usual. By creating bad blood and discordance in our arts space, enriching themselves on the back of intellectual property of talents aided by Vodafone Ghana and other sponsors. Before the scheme the entertainment space didn’t have this much apprehensiveness and antagonism among participants and stake holders. The scheme uses and dumps talents as and when they please. The scheme needs a break to reflect. Bow down their heads in shame for the incertitude and disorderliness deeply planted by their selfish actions in our space for the last two decades. #YEAROFABUNDANCE #sikanhyiraadom

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Freddie, is a graduate of the University of Ghana. He is a film enthusiast, screenwriter and human rights activist.