Chief Executive Officer of Bullhaus Entertainment, Lawrence Asiamah Hanson popularly known in the entertainment circles as Bulldog has made some revelations about the music career of his former artiste Pappi.
Bulldog claims he taught Pappi, a member of the defunct music group 5Five how to rap.
Speaking on Zylofon TV’s entertainment talk show “Showbizness’ on 14th August, 2019, the entertainment critic and artiste manager revealed that Pappi did not know how to rap when he met him for the first time.
According to Bulldog who is the Artiste and Repertoire Manager at Zylofon Music, a record label based in Accra, Pappi had no idea about rapping so he had to take him through the process, coaching him from time to time.
The controversial CEO also stated that he was a rapper back then but now a disappointed rapper thus when he encountered the Adabraka-based artiste, he dedicated his time to teach him how to go about his rap.
Bulldog managed 5Five, a group which was made up of Pappi and Killi for about 5 years and their song “African Girls” was a continental hit. Pappi is now embarking on his solo project since his split with Killi.
Browngh.com is yet to get a reaction from Pappi about Bulldog’s claims and will report updates to this story as soon as it emerges on our desk.
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