- Zylofon Media signee, Kumi Guitar was rushed to the hospital
- The singer was taken in into health facility located at Tantra hills after complaining of not feeling well
Highlife singer and Zylofon Music premier signee, Nana Yaw Kumi popularly known as Kumi Guitar, has been admitted at a hospital in Tantra Hill, a suburb of Accra after he took ill Wednesday night.
Samuel Atuobi Baah, the Head of Communications at Zylofon Media, indicated that the musician was admitted at an undisclosed health center on the evening of Wednesday, April 25.
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Sammy Flex, host of the Zylofon FM morning show stated on the Thursday edition of the program that the ‘Betweener’ singer complained of not feeling well on Wednesday evening during a studio session therefore he had to be rushed to the hospital and was later admitted.
It can however not be ascertained the kind of illness that has kept the musician under observation in the health facility.
Sammy Flex went on to send warm wishes to the musician and wished Kumi Guitar a speedy recovery even though reports had started coming in that he was responding to treatment.
Kumi Guitar made a record as he was the first artiste to be signed on Zylofon Media after the company started operations two years back.
He was embroiled in somewhat of a fracas when award-winning dancehall act, Stonebwoy, and the entertainment outfit encountered some challenges.
Kumi Guitar attracted a lot of backlash on social media due to his involvement in the issue and more so, received bashing after he recorded ‘Gyae’ a song meant to advice Stonebwoy to desist from fighting with his employers.
Being a father of three, Kumi Guitar is noted for songs like ‘Dream’ and ‘Betweener’. He was nominated for an award in the just ended Vodafone Ghana Music Awards but could not win any accolade on the night.
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