Multiple awards-winning Highlife musician Kuami Eugene’s new hairstyles have generated a lot of talk on social media with many users accusing him of ”stealing” the hairstyle of Mavin Records signee -Rema.
The Rock Star recently posted a photo of himself in which he spots a new hairstyle which looks exactly like Rema’s, even though the Nigerian sensation was the first to do the signature hair cut. This has led many to believe that Eugene took inspiration from Rema.
The Highlife artist has in the past been accused of sampling songs from other older artists. Kuami Eugene is currently the topic of discussion among some social media commentators all because they claim the young musican has stole the hairstyle of Nigeria record signed act"Rema". Taking a critical look that the Pictures, you would realized that the Hairstyle actually looks alike and as to why these social media commentators wants to tease the musican . Reports also gathered indicated that Rema was the very first musican to have rocked the hairstyle a couple of months ago￼￼
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