Kuami Eugene has finally responded to critics saying he fired shots at Guru on Kweku Darlington’s sika Aba fie RMX.
Over the weekend, Kweku Darlington released the official remix of Sika Aba Fie which featured Fameye, Kweku Flick, Yaw Tog. In the song, Kuami Eugene made some speculations about certain Maradona having Bad mind. This verse of Kuami Eugene generated a whole lot of altercation after the release of the song.
The lyrics sing, “……… Maradona with a bad mind, stop the gossiping. Hello, Maa all these boys claiming outstanding, come and see they couldn’t enter. So of course, they are outstanding. We are in UK London, it all about branding. Ask Brah Frimpong.”
This push Guru to tweet about it and this sparked some flame wars, as many social media users perceived he was referring to Guru whose real name is Maradona Adjei Yeboah.
In a recent interview at EBN, Kuami Eugene has denied throwing shots at Guru and explained that he was referring to Maradona the football legend. He continued to say, he doesn’t have time to beef other musicians through his songs.
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