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I hope he received a heads up – Bullgod on Yvonne Nelson, Sarkodie controversy

Artiste manager Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson, known as Bullgod, has joined the ongoing discussions surrounding Yvonne Nelson and Sarkodie’...

I hope he received a heads up – Bullgod on Yvonn
I hope he received a heads up – Bullgod on Yvonn

Artiste manager Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson, known as Bullgod, has joined the ongoing discussions surrounding.

Yvonne Nelson and Sarkodie’s alleged abortion controversy.



In an interview on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM, Bullgod expressed his hope.

that Yvonne Nelson had informed Sarkodie about the memoir before its publication.



The artiste manager emphasised the potential negative impact of revealing certain truths that.

could harm someone’s happiness, especially when it involves prominent individuals in the entertainment industry.



He stated, “As human beings, we go through various experiences.

If I were to write a book today, there would be many parts that would.

pique people’s interest.

However, would that truly be a fair depiction of my entire existence? I can’t claim.

that what Yvonne went through was easy, but I hope that in the case of.

Sarkodie, he received a heads-up before the details were made public,” Bulldog told Doreen Avio.



While acknowledging that the issue primarily concerns Sarkodie and his wife, Bullgod recognized.

that Sarkodie has become a national treasure and facing such backlash due to his reputation.

and other factors might go against him.



He stressed the importance of considering the potential consequences of sharing personal truths,.

as they can have a significant impact on others.



Bullgod expressed his desire for Sarkodie to have been informed beforehand, and if.

he was not, he finds it regrettable.



Reflecting on the incident, he acknowledged that 13 years have passed, but the.

memory remains deeply ingrained in Yvonne Nelson and Sarkodie’s minds.



Crowing the subject, Bullgod emphasized the need to exercise discretion when sharing personal.

experiences, recognizing that “each day of our lives contributes to the narrative we create.



“As we live every day we are writing a book.

Some of these things we have to hold back small,” he concluded.

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