Artiste manager, Bullgod, known in real life as Lawrence Nana Asiamah, has said it was unwise for actress Jackie Appiah to show off her posh Trasacco mansion.
The man, who was formerly known as Bulldog, stated that a recent viral video showing the posh exterior and interior of Jackie’s residence could get the actress into trouble with the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA), regarding payment of tax on the property.
Speaking on UTV on Saturday, July 2, Bullgod said he hopes the clip was a commercial.
”I am hoping and praying that the professional video Jackie took and put out there is a commercial, because what she has done is not wise,” he said.
Bullgod added that “The GRA does not play. That is why people don’t disclose what they have. If the Authority or law has not caught up with you, you may think there is no law in the country.”
About a week ago, Jackie Appiah dominated Twitter trends for hours when a video of her mansion emerged on social media.
simple! ⭐️✅ pic.twitter.com/EHEaW6ENlb— taadiboy🤴🏻🇬🇭 (@_mandelamontana) June 26, 2022
The clip spotlighting the mansion started making the rounds online after the Nigerian actress and producer, Luchy Donald, shared it online.
Luchy took a tour of the residence when she visited Jackie at Trassaco Estate in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana.
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