Bulldog speaks for the first time after his release, says sorry to the president


Bulldog has finally broken his silence after his release from the quarters of the BNI after being picked up for threatening the president over unpaid dept of MenzGold customers.

Speaking for the first time after his release in an interview with Okay FM monitored by vibeweek.com, the manger of Shatta Wale said his intention behind his comment wasn’t to threaten the first gentleman of the land but to only speak on behalf of the aggressive MenzGold customers who are doing all they can in their power to get back their locked money.

Bulldog however sent his sincere apologies to the president although he claims his comment was taken out of context.

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