The manager of controversial Dancehall star, Shatta Wale, has alleged that some critics are paid GHC20 for the downfall of artistes.
Shatta Wale’s manager, Bulldog, has slammed some entertainment critics in the country for running down artistes at the least opportunity, Atinkafmonline.com has learned.
The tough-talking manager went further to allege that these so-called entertainment critics are ready to sell their integrity at cheap price just to run down hardworking artistes.
“Failure in one's life doesn't mean we have to be mean to others. We are in an industry where people wake up in the morning and because of 20GHC sit on radio and rubbish creativity and try to kill initiatives and attack personalities,” Bulldog posted on his Facebook wall on Friday.
"If you have nothing sensible to say, shut up if you can't help or advice. Don’t condemn and castigate. Ponder why we have a pair of eyes and ears, a nose and a mouth,” he said.
“You wonder why we can't be happy for others, is it because we can't be happy for ourselves or we just hate to see others succeed. What does one lose celebrating one's success? Then again someone stupid may ask what does one gain celebrating one's success, at least a happy feeling is healthy,” he further said
According to him, “People mount radio these days with the intention to speak ill of others to gain fame. A lot these pundits have very little or no experience, and have achieved nothing in their respective fields but are quick to condemn and thwart others' initiative."
The CEO of Bull Haus Entertainment advised entertainment pundits to be happy for their “brothers’” successes.