Kuami Eugene Breaks Silence On Collabo Brouhaha With Guru (+Video)

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Ghanaian singer and Lynx Entertainment artiste Kwame Eugene Marfo better known by his stage name Kuami Eugene has opened up on the music feature controversy between himself and Guru that has made headlines recently.

Speaking on Kasapa 102.5 FM, the “Angela” hitmaker opined that the issue is not a big one but it is being blown out of proportion.

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The multiple award winning singer said the issue is a simple one and he hasn’t disrespected anyone because it is not in him to do so. Moreover, he just came onto the scene.

Kuami Eugene said that his mother taught him not to bite the hands that feed him and that explains why he stood behind his boss Richie Mensah.

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Responding to Afia Schwarznegger’s comment that Guru was too polite in his response to Kuami Eugene’s perceived disrespect towards him, the 2020 VGMA artiste of the year said he doesn’t have an issue with the outspoken media personality because she spoke her mind.

Kuami Eugene said he is a fan of people speaking out their minds just as they want it and he won’t have an issue with anyone for doing it.

Watch the full interview below:

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