The former manager of Papi, a leading member of the 5-Five music group, Bulldog has revealed how his artiste resorted to black magic to become a top Musician.
Bulldog alleged that Papi’s success in the music industry was as a result of the support he received from a spiritualist.
“I am the one who trained Papi of 5-Five group how to rap. I left him on the streets to go back to school, but by the time I came back, he had taken the rap to a different level. He went to Benin, I think it was for spiritual backing,” Bulldog who now prefers to be called bullgod disclosed.
He made this revelation on McBrowns Kitchen with actress Nana Ama McBrown.
When questioned on the allegation levelled against Papi, he jovially stated that he was prepared for any lawsuit as he was certain about his claim.
“If he decides to sue I will be the one to be sued for this statement. I don’t know what he used the spiritual backing for but Papi went to Benin way before others discovered it.”
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