We Might End Up Ch0pping Ourselves: Bulldog Reveals Why He Can’t Manage Female Artiste
In a recent interview on “Stripped” with Sika Osei, Bulldog, CEO of Bullhaus Entertainment, made headlines with his declaration that he would never handle a female artist.
According to Bulldog, managing a female artist would be impossible for him because he would inevitably end up having sex with her.
He claimed that he has always been clear in his stance, stating that no matter how long he handles a female artist, sexual activity would occur. Bulldog went on to explain that he was not trying to force himself on any woman and that he believed that time would eventually take care of itself.
Bulldog is well-known in the music industry for his management of top artists such as Shatta Wale and Bandana. He is also known for his outspoken nature and controversial statements, which often land him in hot water.
During the interview, Bulldog referenced his previous experience managing Becca and her former manager, Kiki Banson. He claimed that he was one of the first people to report on their affair, but no one took him seriously until it eventually came to light.
Bulldog’s comments have been met with mixed reactions from industry insiders and fans alike. Some have criticized him for his misogynistic views and for perpetuating harmful stereotypes about men and women in the workplace. Others have defended his right to express his opinion and argue that he is entitled to choose whom he works with.
Regardless of one’s opinion on the matter, it is clear that Bulldog’s comments have sparked an important conversation about gender dynamics in the music industry and beyond.
Many have called for greater awareness and education around issues of gender and sexuality in the workplace, as well as for greater accountability for those who perpetuate harmful attitudes and behaviors.
As for Bulldog, it remains to be seen whether his comments will have any impact on his career or reputation.
However, one thing is for sure: his words have left many feeling uneasy and uncomfortable, and have highlighted the need for greater dialogue and understanding around these complex issues.