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‘LET’S TAKE MENTAL HEALTH SERIOUSLY’- Bulldog Reacts To Blakk Rasta’s Comment On ‘Stir it up’ ft Sarkodie

Artiste Manager, Lawrence Asiamah Hanson, better known as Bulldog has attributed Blakk Rasta’s rant on Bob Marley’s ‘Stir it up’ featuring Ghana’s rapper, Sarkodie on poor mental health state.

On his show, Reggae Musician cum Radio Presenter, Blakk Rasta mentioned that Bob Marley will be rolling in his grave over Sarkodie’s feature on his classic ‘Stir it up’ because Sarkodie’s verse on the song is a desecration of the legacy of the legendary musician.

“What Sarkodie did is just a desecration of the legacy of Bob Marley. It’s so shameful. What Sarkodie did is nothing but the desecration of the music king. It’s like a king has been buried and you go and dig him up and steal the gold and diamonds he was buried with,” Blakk Rasta explained.

On Saturday, February 4, 2023, Bulldog responded to this criticism on the United Showbiz Show and discounted Blakk Rasta’s remarks, attributing his actions to stress and bad mental health.

The artist manager clarified his position by saying that, similar to how Blakk Rasta assessed the behavior of songstress Efya and determined that she is under the influence of drugs, he also believes that Blakk Rasta epitomizes a person under mental stress based on his comments, thought pattern, and appearance at the time of his outbursts.

“Mental health is something we as Ghanaians don’t take seriously. Blakk Rasta is stressed and that is a case we don’t take seriously in Ghana, ” Bulldog said.

He added, “There’s a lot of stress, so people come from that angle when they speak. Like he made conclusions on Efya based on her appearance, look at him, clear he is stressed.”

 

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