- A young lady by name Han Ohk-Hui has been reported to be the ex-girlfriend of singer Kuami Eugene
- The two are reported to have dated for 3 months before splitting
Fast-rising music sensation, Kuami Eugene has been in the news for many reasons in the past few days after a video of him singing a lovely birthday song to a lady called Cyrilla Oppong went viral.
Born Eugene Marfo, the 'Angela' singer is reported to have confessed in an interview with Delay that his virginity was taken away from him by a lady he had dated for three months.
To this effect, a young lady known by the Instagram name, Han Ohk-Hui, has been purported to be the ex-girlfriend Kuami Eugene was talking about.
Checks on Instagram revealed that the young lady in question was half Korean and half Ghanaian who was a model and reportedly took part in the popular Miss Malaika Beauty Pageant.
It has also been alleged that some friends of Kuami Eugene sold Han Ohk-Hui out after she posted a teaser of Kuami's interview on her social media page.
Kuami Eugene revealed in the interview that the young lady in question was an entertainment colleague but preferred to stay away from the limelight.
The musician also mentioned that Han Ohk-Hui was her first love and that he loved her deeply.
He went on to indicate that the popular line in his song ‘Angela’, “Any car you want I go hustle oh”, was directed at the young lady – in indication of his willingness to do anything to please her.
Han Ohk-Hui has featured in a couple of music videos including the remix of 'Solo' by Article Wan and multiple award-winning act, Stonebwoy.
Earlier, a young lady known as Cyrilla Oppong was alleged to be the latest girlfriend of the 21-year-old singer after he was seen singing a lovely birthday song for her.
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