VIDEO: Sarkodie never disclosed any political agenda on ‘Happy Day’ – Kuami Eugene claims

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Kuami Eugene has firmly insisted that he was never aware that Sarkodie had a political agenda ‘On Happy Day’ song.

Speaking in an interview with Delay, Kuamis Eugene explained that he had no idea what he had gotten himself into after Sarkodie released the viral song and subtly endorsed Nana Addo’s re-election.

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Kuami Eugene said;

I had no idea that was the direction it was going to. Sarkodie will bear witness to the fact that he sent me the song with the first rap ‘It is a beautiful brand new day’. That was all I had and so I was supposed to create a hook that matches that. His idea was like giving praise to God, and so I wrote a chorus that was giving praise to God, and so I had no idea that it was going to turn into something controversial in the media,”

“It was on set when I heard the second verse, I was taken by surprise, I turned to my manager and we both laughed. It is not my conversation to have, it should be my label and Sarkodie’s label…he didn’t send me the ‘Nana Toaso’ part, I could have given him a call,” he noted.

The mother of the 2020 VGMA Artiste of the Year was among the many who felt disappointed in Kuami Eugene for allegedly getting himself into politics at the peak of his career.

“My mum phoned me and questioned why I was getting myself involved in politics because I had just started. She told me that Sarkodie had spent 10 years in the game already and I was just getting started. I told her that I had no idea.”

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