Famous Ghanaian artiste, Kwami Eugene has surprised a lot of people with what we found about him. A lot of people may not have seen him lately but we will be revealing a very nice details about the superstar and talented young artiste.
However, the popular artiste, Kwami Eugene made a promise to his followers and Ghanaians that he will cut his dreadlocks because of the jailed Akuapem Poloo. But it was just a few hours later when the artiste posted a photo of his new haircut, and he actually did as promise by cutting his dreadlocks.
Not long ago, we found out something interesting about his kind and loving decision. The recently released Akuapem Poloo has come to appreciate her publicly, and she even made it known that she was shocked when she heard about it while in prison. She went further to say that, she never knew that Kwami Eugene loved her that much to forgo his locks all because of her.
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