Ghanaian Artiste Manager, Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson, also known as Bulldog, believes Jackie Appiah’s decision to flaunt her mansion would raise the eyebrows of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) to come after her.
According to Bulldog, the first video was not particularly disturbing because it was simply a different person filming the interior of the building, but the subsequent one he saw was a panoramic view of the entire mansion.
“The first video I saw of the house was of a girl, a Nigerian actress, who was the one filming but the one I just saw played surfaced,” he stated.
Bulldog hopes Jackie Appiah’s attitude of flaunting her splash mansion is commercial because he believes it is unwise and could cause the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) to interfere with her.
“I am praying and hoping this professional version is for a commercial reason because what she has done is unwise. What Jackie has done is not wise. The GRA, they don’t play and that is the culture, that is why people don’t disclose their wealth.
“The GRA doesn’t play in Ghana. If the law hasn’t caught up with you, you’ll think there are no laws. She has created a huge problem for herself,” he added.
The former manager of self-acclaim dancehall King, Shatta Wale, made these assertions on the United Showbiz which was aired on Saturday, July 2, 2022, monitored by Modernghana News.
Jackie Appiah became the talk of the town after a popular Nigerian actress and movie producer, Luchy Donalds, posted a video of the interior decoration of her Trassaco mansion a few weeks ago.
This incited many comments from Ghanaians.