- A video showing Kuami Eugene talking about fellow act Patapaa has been unearthed
- Kuami Eugene was heard praising Patapaa in the video even though he held some reservations
- Patapaa and Kuami Eugene have been in the news over reports of some alleged ‘unsavory’ comments
A video showing of the words and implication of comments made by Kuami Eugene about ‘One Corner’ singer, Patapaa has landed online after some comments made by the former caused a stir on social media.
In the video which was an excerpt from an exclusive interview on Accra-based GHOne TV, Kuami Eugene was heard clarifying that he received a call from Patapaa to suggest a feature for a song.
Kuami Eugene revealed however that he was not ready for the feature but did not necessarily quash the idea of a collaboration happening in the future.
The ‘Angela’ singer went on to reveal that Patapaa was his very good friend even though he disturbed him a lot.
Video Credit: Twitter/GeorgeBritton.com
He went on to reveal that he was proud of Kuami Eugene’s impact as a Ghanaian musician because of how people from other countries embraced the ‘One Corner’ song.
However, a section of Ghanaians on social media descended heavily on the ‘Confusion’ singer for calling out Patapaa in such a manner.
Many including comedian Funny Face and Togolese football icon, Emmanuel Adebayor, lashed out at Kuami Eugene for calling Patapaa a ‘noisemaker’ even though he earlier said some encouraging things about his colleague.
The new video has sparked up debate on social media with many people taking a second look at the whole brouhaha.
However other people including award-winning rapper, Sarkodie have reacted to the video by encouraging calm and lashing out at the reportage.
In a tweet, Sarkodie opined, “99% of the Time ... Kuami it will happen over and over again so just prep yourself... We live we learn”
After the comments of Kuami Eugene went viral, he came out to openly apologize for his words. In light of the apology, Patapaa, went ahead to release a diss song apparently directed at Kuami Eugene.
The ‘One Corner’ man later revealed that he recorded the song because he was hurt by the comments about him which were attributed to Kuami Eugene.
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