Ghanaian artiste manager, Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson, popularly known as Bulldog, has vowed to take an action against Appietus.
The outspoken artiste manager registered his displeasure after the music producer put some songs by 5Five on digital platforms without seeking permission.
He took to his Facebook page to caution Appietus.
Bulldog stated that Appietus will pay the money he earned with interest.
As an executive producer of the song, the Bullhaus Entertainment owner is ready to collect the money with any legal means.
He wrote: “YOU WILL PAY FOR EVERY DOLLAR YOU COLLECTED OFF MY INVESTMENTS AND YOU WILL PAY WITH INTEREST.
You have been feeding your family and yourself with our investments for almost 10 years by selling 5Five songs — executive produced and promoted by Bullhaus Entertainment on digital platforms globally without our permission. GET READY – TIME TO PAY UP. 😡 You will hear from our counsellors.”
Bulldog’s caution to Appietus was on the back of his assertion on Citi TV that he earned money from songs he put online.