- Some social media users have mocked Kumi Guitar over his latest choice of clothes
- The high-life musician was seen wearing an outfit that resembled ‘Kaba’ while he performed a song
Some social media users have mocked first Zylofon Media signee, Nana Yaw Kumi, popularly known as Kumi Guitar, for appearing in a new video wearing a ‘Kaba-like’ African print while he performed a song with Bulldog.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram page, Dailycelebritiesnews.com, the ‘Betweener’ singer was seen performing song believed to be titled, ‘Temperature’ in front of a building and was being ably backed by Zylofon Media’s artiste manager, Bulldog, known in real life as Lawrence Hanson.
However, the ‘Dream’ singer was seen in a shirt which resembled Kaba - Ghanaian term used refer to the top half of the common traditional attire worn by women.
In the same video spotted on Instagram page of ‘Those Called celebs’, the caption that came with the post read, “So Kumiwaa cant wear her kaba in peace again ryr???”
Kumi Guitar took ill sometime last month and according to Ghanacelebrities.com, the singer was undergoing some tests to ascertain the cause of illness.
However, preliminary reports from the source of the story said it was probably a case of High Blood Pressure issues and typhoid.
Samuel Atuobi Baah, the Head of Communications at Zylofon Media, indicated on Thursday, April 25, that the musician had been admitted at the hospital.
The musician was embroiled in the issue involving when award-winning dancehall act, Stonebwoy, and the entertainment outfit encountered some issues.
He 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 the first signee of Zylofon Media, Kumi Guitar is noted for songs like ‘Dream’ and ‘Brown Sugar’.
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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