Kuami Eugene claims MzVee left Lynx Entertainment to go marry

Kuami Eugene claims MzVee left Lynx Entertainment to go marry

- Kuami Eugene has claimed that MzVee left Lynx Entertainment to go marry

- She said the singer needed time for herself to go ahead with her marriage plans

- Kuami Eugene said he is sad MzVee is no longer with the record label and wished her well

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Kuami Eugene, a former label mate of MzVee, has claimed that the female singer left Lynx Record label to go marry.

According to him, MzVee would soon be walked to the altar by her husband, and so she left Lynx to have enough time to prepare for the marriage.

This is contained in reports sighted by YEN.com.gh on Ghanacelebrities.com.

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Kuami Eugene refuted several speculations that MzVee left because she was not being catered for well by the record label.

He stressed that everyone and everything is fine at Lynx, but MzVee had to leave purposely because she wanted to get married.

“She is a big girl now and she wants to go get married so she needs to leave to work on what she wants to do,” Kuami Eugene reportedly said.

MzVee has got plans and all I can say is I wish her well,” the Angela hitmaker added.

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Kuami Eugene is also not happy MzVee left, explaining that he is pained for losing her from Lynx.

He also described MzVee as a sister he would miss so much.

Unfortunately, I lost a sister. She isn’t dead but she is no longer part of our label,” Kuami Eugene reportedly said.

Meanwhile, in an earlier report, MzVee had revealed why she has been off the music scene for some time now.

According to her, she had to further her education and so she has gone back to school.

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