Head of Artists and Repertoire at Zylofon Music, Bulldog, says he holds no grudges against his former artiste Iwan.
Bulldog noted that while he has had issues with Iwan in the past, he has forgiven him.
Iwan and Bulldog have been at loggerheads ever since the artiste parted ways with Bullhaus Entertainment in 2011.
The reggae and dancehall artiste, speaking on Behind the Fame on Drive Time on Joy FM with Lexis Bill on Monday recounted his bitter experience working with Bulldog and mentioned that the artiste manager once invoked a curse on him.
Iwan, subsequently, invoked a curse on Bulldog recently for sabotaging his career via a post on Twitter.
“I want to tell him that he is not cursed. God is my friend and God has not cursed him,” he said as he revoked the curse in the interview on Drive Time on Joy FM.
Speaking on the issue in an interview on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM with Andy Dosty on Tuesday, Bulldog, born Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson, said “I’m cool with Iwan” and “you cannot sabotage anybody you are in good terms with.”
He stressed that the ‘Thanks and Praise’ hit singer is “good” and “I wish Iwan well…I bless him. I will never curse him.”
Recounting how things went south between them, Bulldog narrated that, “Iwan decided to leave Bullhaus Entertainment,” and he was told to pay back the investments the record label had made with respect to his career.
Iwan said he couldn’t pay back the investment and he told him that if he couldn’t do that then “Rasta me can’t allow that…nothing this town.” Meaning, he will only allow Iwan to perform on shows if he returned some or all of the investments.
“I will follow you every step of the way and pull you off any stage,” Bulldog had threatened just like the way he said he managed to put him on stages.
Admitting that Iwan didn’t have a signed contract with Bullhaus Entertainment, Bulldog said he was “inexperienced” and because of that, he took some hash decisions.
He did admit that he has grown and has now “learnt lessons.” “If today that same issue played out again, we would have handled it differently,” the artiste manager said.