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Ghanaian sensational singer and songwriter, Kuami Eugene has currently been spotted in a new shoot that is taking the internet by storm. The high life singer is known as the ambassador of one of the best operating phones in the world, Itel.
They have recently released a new version of their phones named “Itel A37" and Kuami Eugene was used as the phone's advertiser. It wasn't the advert which drew the attention of Netizen's but it was the type of costume which he used in taking the shot.
His costume was a “ready-to-fight" blue shirt with holes patterns on top of a jean trouser. This attire has sparked a lot of controversies online as many Netizen's are wondering whether the “Amen" hitmaker is also indirectly supporting the LGBTQI Community or it's just a different sense for fashion.
Checkout the photo below and leave your thoughts on whether it was a good move or not. Thank you;
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