“Bulldog chopped my GH¢80,000 and failed to manage me” – Koo Ntakra on why he’s still underground rapper (+ video

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Some people start life so well that everything seems to be going in their favour. But as they journey through life, the unexpected aspect of life takes it course and that’ll be end perhaps as in the case of Koo Ntakra.

Rapper Koo Ntakra started life so well in reference to his music career. As a result, most music enthusiasts tipped him as one of the future of Ghana rap especially after winning MTN Hitmaker reality show. In the process, Sarkodie also featured him on “Trumpet” cypher.

But someway somehow, the promising music career of Koo Ntakra has been reduced to nothingness and fast fading away from Ghana’s music industry to the surprise of the masses.

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Lo and behold, Koo Ntakra has finally satisfied the curiosity of the doubting Thomases by giving a comprehensive account as to what made his promising music career returned to autopilot!

Speaking in an interview on Accra-based Happy FM over the weekend, Koo Ntakra stated categorically that Bullhaus Entertainment led by Bulldog failed to propel him into greater heights after he was signed onto the label. He stressed that he was not managed well despite the label receiving GH¢80,000 from telecommunication giant, MTN Ghana.

Koo Ntakra, known in private life as Isaac Akuffo, added that the performance of the label was nothing but substandard. Simply put, his six years stay at Bullhaus Entertainment can be best described as wasted years regardless!

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