Dancehall artiste Iwan is urging his former manager, Bulldog to repair the damage he has done to his brand and career for several years now.
This request is in response to Bulldog’s confession on the Cosmopolitan Mix on Joy FM with Amanda Jissih that he (Bulldog) sabotaged Iwan’s career after he left his management firm -Bullhaus Entertainment.
Bulldog told Amanda Jissih that he personally went to events to ensure that Iwan was not allowed to perform.
Speaking to MzGee on HitzFM Showbiz this Week, Iwan was grateful to Bulldog for admitting he had done him wrong and was hopeful he will undo the harm caused him.
“Five years and I have been going through all this. Bulldog knew I was clean but he didn’t come out and he was just enjoying seeing me go through all those struggles because we had a mere misunderstanding over money,” Iwan said.
“I don’t have anything against Bulldog. We’ve been speaking along the line, I just thank him for at long last making the world know what they have to know.
For me, he knows the damage he has done to me, if he will be very real to himself, he’s got to attempt to repair if not all at least part [of the damage],” Iwan added.
He did not rule out working with Bulldog again.
Iwan prior to Bulldog’s confession had always blamed fellow dancehall artiste Samini for not allowing him to perform at the Mavado concert in 2011. When MzGee asked Iwan if he thinks Samini deserves an apology after Bulldog’s confession, Iwan retorted, no!
He said he was yet to receive his contractual fee for the Movado concert which took place in 2011 though he was prevented from performing.
“You know why I will say I don’t owe Samini any apology because he was dealing with me in the beginning. It is not right to deal with someone from the beginning and allow a third person in…I blame Samini because he betrayed our friendship.
I will still hold that (against Samini) if he doesn’t come out too,” Iwan insisted.