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#GJNEWS: Arrest Kwaw Kese and send him to a psychiatric hospital – Bulldog


Artiste manager and Chief Executive of Bull Haus Entertainment, Lawrence Nana Asiama Hanson aka Bull Dog, has supported rising public calls for the arrest of hip life musician Kwaw Kese and suggested that the musician may need some
psychiatric attention.

A week after Kwaw temporarily disrupted the finals of the Vodafone ICONS simply because his brother was not made winner, calls for his arrest keep increasing. 

However, a bounty was yet to be placed on the head of the Ghanaian rapper and it was unclear if the organizers of the talent show would be taking any legal action against him.

Speaking on ETV’s talk Showbiz, hosted by Flexy, Bull Dog said he was of the view that Kwaw’s behaviour on that day, disrupted the show, which clearly made it a “police case”.

“This is purely a police case; Kwaw Kese should be arrested for disrupting the show. He goes out of his way to do whatever he wants to do and fortunately for him, he has got away with some of the things that he has been doing; so he thinks it works for him…

Kwaw is a grown man who knows right from wrong. By now, I’m sure his parents should have called him to tell him that what he did wasn’t good. If he is mad, he should be sent to the psychiatric hospital,” he added.

The ‘Let me do my thing’ singer who could not accept the fact that his younger brother Buda was evicted from the final round of the Vodafone ICONS because he claimed Buda was the crowd’s favourite, has declined any interview with the media stating that he will officially issue a statement on all the scandal in due cause.

However, Bull Dog advised the self-acclaimed king of the streets to allow his brother to chart his own course with regards to the music industry.

“Kwaw should back off and let Buda be Buda. He dug his own grave long ago. The one I’m worried about in this whole issue is Buda, that boy is talented. Kwaw should allow him to chart his own fresh path so that the love for him will be maintained. Buda is about to start his journey in the music industry, he shouldn’t cut it short. Ghanaians don’t have any issue with Buda, he is clean and we will keep supporting him”




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