Bulldog threatens to sue Appietus for allegedly selling 5Five’s songs
Bullhaus Entertainment owner Lawrence Asiamah Hanson, better known as Bulldog, has threatened to sue legendary sound engineer Appietus.
Appiah Dankwah (Appietus) said in an interview on Citi TV’s ‘Upside Down’ show on Sunday, January 15, 2023, that a white man started earning dollars after posting songs on digital platforms as per contract. clarified.
According to the legendary music producer, he started receiving huge sums of money months after putting his songs on digital platforms.
The legendary music producer’s revelation infuriated Bulldog. In a Facebook post witnessed by Ghanaweekend.com, this outspoken artist-manager said he wanted his (Bulldog) executives to produce and promote songs from his 5Five, a popular music group, for his decade, his family and his family. threatened to sue Appietus for feeding himself.
“Appietus, you will pay for every dollar you raise from my investment, and you will pay with interest…you will be able to invest in our investment for 10 years and your family by selling 5 songs. Platforms around the world without our permission – get ready – it’s time to pay.
5Five was a now-defunct hiplife music duo featuring Luther Asamayi (Pappi) and Jeffery Opoku Agyekum (Killi).
Appietus has produced over 250 smash hits. 5Five’s “Mjebaya” [Move Back] is one of his greatest hits of all time.