Lawrence Asiamah Hanson, the CEO and artiste manager of Bullhaus Entertainment, is a firm believer that stars are created rather than born.
We are all born with a hole in our hearts. Nobody has anything on their mind when they arrive here. After we arrive, it is how we respond to our surroundings that defines our personality. "You can't look at two newborns and say one is a star and the other isn't," he said in an interview with Andy Dosty on Daybreak Hitz.
This comes after Okyeame Kwame, a rapper and linguist, stated that some people are born stars, while others are developed via "push and pull elements."
Some celebrities are created, while others are born. I'm sure you've heard it before. Some people are born with a large personality. "When they enter a place, they shut down all of the energy in the room with their own," the rapper "Woso" observed.
Bulldog voiced his position in response to Okyeame Kwame's viewpoint by providing a situation in which a human person, regardless of their gloomy character, takes up the mantle of doing something absurd to gain attention.
What you do is what distinguishes you as a celebrity. You may be in a class of 30 kids, and you could be the only one who is silent. The teacher is always coming in to discuss. Then one day you jump up and declare that what the teacher says is garbage. "Based on the sentiments of what was going on at the moment, everyone in the classroom will praise you as a star from that day forward," he said.
Furthermore, the talent manager backed up his claim by stating that stars are created by the efforts and sacrifices that individuals are prepared to do in order to acquire that level.
Everyone have the ability or desire to be a superstar in their chosen area. In hospitals, there are those who are performing incredible work and saving lives. As a result, they are celebrities in their industry. When you have an issue, others will advise you to "visit this man; he'll fix it." " So I'm not going to say, 'You go fit, you're a born star,'" he told Andy Dosty.
Although Bulldog's first point of view focuses on the capacity to turn someone become a celebrity, he strongly believes that no one can be entirely equipped to achieve and maintain such status.
You're a rock star. Now, imagine going out in your white suit right now, and a fan is all wet and wants to hug you. Would you give them a hug in return? You can't be ready for anything like that. "All I'm saying is that no one is equipped for celebrity," he explained.
Bulldog has worked with a number of "stars" in Ghana's music business, including VIP, Iwan, 5five, Natural Face, and Shatta Wale.
Currently, he is the manager of afrobeat superstar Vanilla Muzik.
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