Ghanaian pundit, Bullgod, known for his provocative statements, has sparked controversy by labeling Ghanaian politicians as promiscuous. This remark came after Kwaku Manu’s encounter with a Member of Parliament (MP) and his girlfriend.
During a discussion on UTV hosted by MzGee, Kwaku Manu recounted an incident where the MP from his area and his girlfriend disrespected him at an event. The actor expressed his disappointment and revealed how he was brought to greet the MP’s girlfriend but felt mistreated when he was dismissed afterward.
Backing Kwaku Manu’s account, Bullgod supported the allegations of promiscuity among Ghanaian leaders. He claimed, “Ghanaian leaders are very promiscuous. They are more interested in the vagina. I’m speaking the truth.”
The comment from Bullgod drew immediate criticism from panelists and guests, particularly Kwame A Plus. A Plus, visibly irritated, demanded Bullgod to retract and apologize for his statements, but Bullgod refused. Instead, he challenged A Plus to apologize to Nana Appiah Mensah, the boss of Menzgold, for labeling him a criminal during a previous discussion on UTV’s United Showbiz.
The exchange between Bullgod and A Plus quickly escalated into a heated argument, with Bullgod expressing his anger and suggesting that Nana Appiah Mensah should sue A Plus, UTV, and questioned A Plus’ legal knowledge despite claiming to be in law school.