Bulldog, a manager and entertainment expert from Ghana, has taunted some government officials in the Akufo-Addo administration who have allegedly threatened to have him arrested.

The outspoken analyst stated that he supports the president being jeered while speaking on the United Showbiz Show, which is hosted by Nana Ama McBrown.

After making his comments, he claims he received many phone calls from individuals at the president threatening him.

They questioned me about the booing, and I responded that I approved of it by saying that it was appropriate for people to jeer the president.

“I received follow-up calls after that threatening me with jail time and more. I’m warning them to keep an eye on me and put me in jail.

“Come lock me up, you guys at the jubilee home or whatever. I promise…[pause] Come lock me up. We can’t converse because of you guys, okay? Come lock me up. He said, “I’m waiting for you.

Bulldog’s rage is in response to a booing event that occurred at the Global Citizen festival, where the president was faced by an irate audience who booed him to leave the stage since he was not given the opportunity to begin his address on a positive note.

While thousands of spectators watched the Global Citizen Festival, which featured performances by local and foreign artists, some of the crowd could be heard clapping and screaming “away, away.”

While Akufo-Addo was receiving jeers in Ghana, Nancy Pelosi, the House speaker, was receiving jeers in the United States of America.

By Mr. Blazing

Mr. Blazing known in real life as Sabastine Tang, is a Ghanaian journalist and freelance content writer, with over thee years work experience. Contact: +233543405327

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