The hashtag, #PunishBullDog has taken over Twitter trends since morning because some tweeps believe that the Bulldog, who happens to be the manager of popular Ghanaian musician, Shatta Wale must be made to face the law over some comments he made about President Akufo-Addo on UTV last Saturday.
In the late hours of yesterday, January 11, it was widely reported that some unknown officer of the National Intelligence Bureau (NIB) picked him up because his comment on UTV that President Akufo-Addo will run away from Ghana and not finish his second term if he fails to pay customers of Menzgold was considered a ‘threat’.
As soon as the story broke, some netizens took to Twitter with the hashtag #FreeBullDogNow to ask for his release because they claimed that Hon. Kennedy Agyapong said worse but he is walking freely.
Well, that fight by some netizens has seen a different reaction by a different section of social media users.
Others who believe that Bulldog cannot allegedly threaten the first gentleman of the state on live TV is also demanding that he is imprisoned.
They have been making this call on Twitter with the hashtag, #PunishBullDog.
See some of the tweets under the trend #PunishBullDog below
BullDog even threatened to Kill Shatta Wale. We have not forgotten. He’s a dangerous man. He was the same man who threatened Fenec Okyere and what happened to Fenec?
— Yaw A. Abban (@YAbbanx) January 12, 2021
Base on what logic do you agree to the arrest of 33 year old man who said “Mahama will collapse during his 2012 swearing-in” but do not agree to #Bulldog‘s arrest for threatening @NAkufoAddo that “he’ll not complete his 4 year mandate” ?
— CIA Agent ™ (@Castin__) January 12, 2021
“Threatening the president of the United States is a federal felony under United States Code Title 18, Section 871.” Bulldog can’t put up such behavior in US and get support from people #PunishBulldog
— MY President !!!! (@LiveYourlifeAK) January 12, 2021