‘M.anifest is Only After Sarkodie’s Publicity’; Bulldog on Sark-Fest Beef

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Bulldog supports Sarkodie during the interview saying the issue is not worth arguing about, as it is obvious that Sark has gotten to a level in his music career that is far above that of M.anifest…

Bulldog like other celebrities has decided to take a stand on the Sarkodie vs M.anifest rap beef which has engulfed the media for a few weeks now. Your guess might be right; the CEO of Bullhaus Entertainment has picked Sarkodie’s side, saying that M.anifest is nowhere close to him in terms of career and talent.

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Bulldog who is also a former manager of dance hall king Shatta Wale, said this during an exclusive interview on Showbiz. Bulldog supports Sarkodie during the interview saying the issue is not worth arguing about, as it is obvious that Sark has gotten to a level in his music career that is far above that of M.anifest. He said:

“You see talent, people get it wrong all the time. You can never measure talent. So commercially, M.anifest is nowhere near Sarkodie. That’s not even an argument.”



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Bulldog also went further to say that M.anifest is only pulling a publicity stunt. He alleged that he (M.anifest) only wants publicity and attention from the ‘illuminati’ hit-maker as he has a massive fan base.

It can be recalled that the so called beef began after Sarkodie released his ‘bossy’ track. Shedding more light on the drama, he said that Sarkodie’s bossy was not directed at any artiste in particular. He explained that the public only blew it out of its proportion by interpreting the song to be directed at E.L or M.anifest.

While some celebrities have been taking sides on the issue, hiplife artiste Okyeame Kwame, a few days ago, attempted to speak some sense into the heads of the two rappers in question. He called on the two to put an end to the drama as it could damage their career, as well as the image of the Ghanaian music industry.