One unfortunate development at the moment is the sacking of the SM militants from Shatta’s camp. It has finally been made clear the reasons for the sacking of the militants.
In a TV interview with Nana Ama Mcbrown on Utv, the guest, Bulldog bared the facts on the matter. According to Bulldog, the main reason for the axing of the militants from the SM Camp was because the militants did not take the show business seriously and lacked focus.
Bulldog went further to indicate that, when he rejoined the management of Shatta Wale, the first thing he told Shatta to do was to sack all the militants from his camp. But Shatta, being very accommodating, tolerated the attitude of the militants hoping that they might change someday.
However, the change Shatta was expecting from the militants never manifested. Having got fame through a couple of hit songs like “Taking Over” and “Thunder Fire”, the militants overindulged in womanizing and all sorts of acts of self-indulgence which took their focus off music and showbiz.
Bulldog explained that Shatta Wale needed people to continue his legacy when his retirement from music comes and that necessitated the signing of the SM militants. In furtherance of this, Bulldog said the contract that Shatta signed with the militants was for life and for that matter the militants were still bound by the terms of the contract. This means that, even though the militants are no more in the SM Camp, they are still under Shatta Movement, and if anyone wants to have any dealings with them, they will have to discuss with Shatta Wale.
The situation is not so bleak for the militants as Bulldog indicated that they might be taken back into the SM Camp if they changed their ways to refocus on music and showbiz with seriousness.