“NO ONE FEEDS ME SO NO ONE CAN TELL ME WHAT TO WEAR” – Kuami Eugene Slams Critics

In the quest to promote his new song ‘Take Away’, Kuami Eugene has hit back at his critics who constantly talk about his fashion sense.

Kuami Eugene claimed in an interview with Abeiku Aggrey Santana on Okay FM’s Ekwansodwodwo that most people have already labeled him as the worst dressed celebrity and that they criticize anything he wears to events.

He stated that people do not have a problem with him when he slays in winter jackets and expensive clothes in other countries but would find fault in what he wears in his own country.

However, he stated that his critics do not feed him because he makes his own decisions about how to live his life and dress for occasions.

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‘HE LOOKED LIKE A CRIMINAL’ – Fashion Critic Charlie Dior Blasts Kuami Eugene’s ‘Donda’ Look For Just-Ended VGMAs

Fashion critic Charlie Dior has taken Kuami Eugene to the cleaners over his ‘Donda’ look for just-ended VGMAs.

Kuami Eugene on the first day of the just-ended VGMA landed on the netizen’s table of trolls following the outfit he was seen wearing on the VGMA red carpet.

While most of them were applauded for nailing it, Kuami Eugene was not spared for the outfit he wore that many have described as ‘wack’.

Kuami Eugene donned an all-black ‘Daily Paper’ outfit but according to netizens, they are not impressed with the musician’s dress as he always does it in a way that attracts t negative publicity.

Many were of the view that he copied Kanye West’s ‘Donda’ look but according to fashion critic, Charlie Dior, Kuami Eugene’s appearance made him look like a criminal and made the Daily Paper designer attire look like a toilet paper.

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I DON’T CARE WHAT ANYONE SAYS ABOUT ME BECAUSE I HAVE TOUGH SKIN NOW – Kuami Eugene

Eugene Kwame Marfo, also known in entertainment circles as Kuami Eugene, a Ghanaian artist, has stated that whatever someone says to him no longer bothers him.

The Grammy-winning musician said this in a recent interview with Graphic Showbiz, claiming that he now has a thicker skin and is less concerned about what others think of him.

“I’ve been in the profession for about five years and have heard a lot of things about me, but I’m not moved anymore.” Those things used to concern me, but not any longer. I was concerned, particularly when things said about me were false.

Now, I care less whatever anyone says about me. Once I know I am doing the right thing, I am not bothered anymore.”

The talented musician is signed to Lynx Entertainment and is known for several songs, including Angela, Wish Me Well, Ohemaa, and many others.

‘EXPECT MORE FROM ME, I WILL FLOOD THE MUSIC INDUSTRY WITH BANGERS’ – Kuami Eugene Tells Ghanaians

Eugene Kwame Marfo, better known as Kuami Eugene, a young Ghanaian musician, has advised his fans and music admirers to expect more from him.

In a recent interview with Graphic Showbiz, the well-known and award-winning singer revealed this.

He expressed his gratitude for the affection he has received from Ghanaians in his submission, saying that he has been overwhelmed by the love he has received since breaking into the spotlight.

“Kuami Eugene is just getting started.” Despite having a couple of successful songs, I have a lot to offer Ghanaians, which they will soon discover.

I am grateful for the warm reception Ghanaians have shown me since I started. The love has been great and I want to use this opportunity to thank Ghanaians for the support. I am so grateful and I want to tell everyone to expect more from me.”

“A GIRL OFFERED ME A BENZ AND LUXURY THINGS IF I DATE HER, BUT I REFUSED” – Kuami Eugene

In a recent interview with Pulse Uncut, Eugene Marfo, best known by his stage name Kuami Eugene, revealed how he once turned down a proposal from a lady.

According to a video spotted on the official Instagram page of Pulse Ghana, which happens to be a snippet of the interview they had with Kuami Eugene, the Angela hitmaker revealed that a lady, who he didn’t mention her name, promised to buy him a Mercedes Benz and other flashy stuff, but he refused because he had all that the girl promised him.

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‘KUAMI EUGENE AND KIDI SHOULD HAVE WORN KENTE OR FUGU ‘SMOCK’ TO PERFORM AT O2 INDIGO’ – Ziega fires

Entertainment pundit and media personality, Nana Frimpong Zeiga has slammed Afrobeat musicians, Kuami Eugene and KiDi for their failure to promote Ghana via their attire during their London show.

Kuami Eugene and Kidi performed at O2 Indigo two weeks ago and their concert was a success as the event facility with a capacity og 2,800 was fully packed with music lovers and fans.

Even though Ghanaians praised the sold-out event, Nana Frimpong Zeiga feels they might have done better.

“We create history with this sort of show,” Nana Frimpong Zeiga stated of their performance. To me, making history with our creative skill and not selling Ghana is ordinary.”

The radio broadcaster stated their night’s attire was out of character for the Ghanaian culture.

“Even if they weren’t required, they could have marketed Ghana with their clothes. I object to their clothing code. Kidi, you can only wear this in Ghana. But they were dressed like westerners, and it was March 6th. In Ghanaian garb. That will not remove anything from them,” he grumbled.

The cantankerous presenter urged Ghanaians to remain patriotic.

“We should focus about what we can do for Ghana, not what Ghana can do for us. Osibisa and Asabeah Kropah have sold Ghana in larger auditoriums. He said, “They went and sold Kente to them.”

‘WE DIDN’T COME HERE TO PLAY!’ – Kuami Eugene Tells Tim Westwood In Hot Freestyle

Lynx  Entertainment signee, Kuami Eugene put up a stellar performance when he stormed the studios of CapitalXtra, for a session with popular British DJ and television personality, Tim Westwood.

Kuami Eugene is seen freestyling over beats that are being played in a video that is more than 7 minutes long and posted on the official YouTube channel of the renowned DJ.

In the beginning of his freestyle, Kuami Eugene stated that he did not come on air on the show to play but instead, he means business.

Kuami Eugene has received a lot of positive feedback from his fans, who believe he has done a fantastic job representing Japan on the world stage.

Check out the video below.Kuami Eugene - Tim Westwood Freestyle | Afromusik

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EMELIA BROBBEY FINALLY OPENS UP ON HER RELATIONSHIP WITH KUAME EUGENE

Popular Kumawood actress, TV presenter and musician, Emelia Brobbey has disclosed that her relationship with VGMA ‘Artiste of the Year’ Kuami Eugene is a professional one and not romantic as people are speculating.

She revealed this while talking about her new single ‘Emelia’ which was produced by Kuame Eugene after they previously worked on her song ‘Makoma’.

Speaking to Graphic Showbiz about the inspiration behind her new single ‘Emelia’, the actress cum singer said;

“I released Emelia two weeks ago and it already has over 150,000 views. I have monitored the comments under the video and there was no dislike and that means I’m doing something right. From the airplay, comments and feedback, I know that Ghanaians love my stuff,” she said.

Talking about her latest work, she also disclosed that she sought permission from the late Highlife veteran, Nana Kwame Ampadu before sampling his Emelia song.

“I went to him with my team and told him I wanted to use my own name but I knew he had a song titled Emelia so he should grant me permission.

“And he was like, ‘I love you from afar, I support you so even if you want the whole song, you can take it’. But I wanted the Emelia verse so I would say inspiration comes from Nana Kwame Ampadu”, she stated.

Emelia further said she’s looking forward to working with heavyweights in the music industry soon.

“I have actually done something with Wendy Shay, Kuami Eugene, Dada KD, and Prince Bright but I want more of such collaborations. I’m thankful to God because a lot has gone on but He has been my strength.

“And I want to say thank you to all my fans, they have been so supportive since day one when I started movies through to being a TV presenter and now a musician, they’ve still got my back,” she said.

LET’S MAKE IT HAPPEN – Kuami Eugene Replies France Ambassador, Anne Sophie After She Complained Of Not Meeting Him

VGMA ‘Artist of the Year’ award winner, Kuami Eugene has responded to the complaints of the French Ambassador to Ghana, Her Excellency Anne Sophie asking they make their meeting happen.

Her Excellency Anne Sophie using the strategy of Chance The Rapper complained that she has done everything in Ghana except meet Kuami Eugene and it has really worked for her as it did for the American rapper.

Kuami Eugene replied to her tweet saying it will be an honor to meet her asking they make it happen which we believe will be very soon as it’s going to be a great opportunity for him if he utilizes their meeting very well.

Some netizens are just happy but some are just so savage that they decided to remind Kuami Eugene that he doesn’t do good songs hence asking him to use that chance to sing a better song because ‘Wele S3b3 Kontomire’ isn’t used to meet an ambassador of France.

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“I DESERVE MORE THAN I HAVE GOTTEN SO FAR” – Kuami Eugene

Lynx Entertainment signee, Kuami Eugene has remarked that he is entitled to a bigger reward than he has got thus far if he evaluates his exploits in 2021.

Kuami Eugene and his crew claim that last year was a tremendous success for them because they received far more money than they anticipated as a result of their yearly calculations and assessments, which they call “amazing.”

According to Kuami Eugene in a chit chat with Kwadwo Sheldon monitored by Ghbase.com, he is sure he deserved to have earned more money and achieved better success in the previous year.

At the end of the year meeting at the record company, he discovered that he had played at virtually every performance in 2021, which he described as “amazing.”

While he is grateful for the opportunities he has had in the last year, he believes he should have earned more credit for the significant amount of time spent working in his craft the year before.

He went on to say that in 2021, he performed at virtually every major concert in the country.