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SM Militants Might Return Because Their Contract Is For Life – Bulldog

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Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson, popularly known as ‘Bulldog’ has stated that the SM militants signed a lifetime contract with Shatta Movement and that restricts them from dealing with any other music label or brand.

He said Captan, Addi Self, Natty lee, and Joint 77 will be accepted back into the camp if they show remorse and plead for forgiveness from their boss Shatta Wale.

“They have a lifetime contract with him so nobody can even touch them. You cannot invest in them. Our mantra is SM for life and that’s what they signed up for. They are aware. It’s a time for them to reflect and Shatta has got a big heart. If they do the right thing, he will accept them back,” he told Nana Ama Mcbrown on United Showbiz.

Bulldog also confirmed Shatta’s claim that the SM militants are extremely lazy.

“If you are a talent and all you think about is the glory. You don’t want to put in the work then I don’t think you want to go far. Shatta has tried. He has done his best. If I were Shatta, I would have even beaten them before letting them go,” he added.

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Background

Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale has confirmed that he has sacked his militants, saying he took the action because they are lazy.

In a Facebook Live chat on Thursday, May 28, Shatta Wale said the militants, made up of Addi Self, Captan, Natty Lee, and Joint 77 cannot do simple songs but were behaving like bosses. According to him, they are lazy musicians who are not ready to be in the limelight regardless of the music coaching tips he provides for them.

However, he was forced to make the announcement in May because they are still doing music in his name.

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