Entertainment of Wednesday, 13 December 2017
Bulldog has condemned gospel musician Sonnie Badu over his call on Ghanaian media to stop criticizing and insulting singer, Ebony for her style of dressing.
Sonnie Badu, in an interview on Peace FM cautioned critics of the dancehall singer, who has received a lot backlash over her choice of clothes, to stop subjecting her to insults and rather show her love.
However, CEO of Bullhaus Entertainment, Lawrence Asiamah Hanson, popularly known as Bulldog, believes that the ‘Baba’ hit maker has no right to advice against criticism of Ebony.
Speaking as a pundit on Hitz FM’s morning show ‘Daybreak Hitz’ with Andy Dosty, the artiste manager made reference to Sonnie Badu’s recent Facebook live video in which he criticized the ‘One Corner’ craze instigated by Patapaa.
In the video, Sonnie Badu expressed worry over the extent some people go to demonstrate to colleagues and prospective viewers how crazy they can be.
“Everybody that came at [criticized] Patapaa mixed the two. Nobody took Patapaa out of the equation. Sonnie Badu condemned Patapaa and is now advising us not to criticize Ebony? I think he should come again…,” he told Andy Dosty.
Bulldog nevertheless commended Sonnie Badu for his advice for the public to show love to the singer rather than rain insults on her.
He also said that criticism should be done constructively to achieve positive results.
“I like the part he said that we should not insult, but to criticize, must be done constructively to achieve results,” he noted.