- Wutah Afriyie said he would gladly welcome a collaboration from Kobby
- The two had broken up and went solo to do music
- Kobby warned that the group was over and dead good
- It seems whatever issue they had has been resolved now
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One of the defunct music duo Wutah, Kwadwo Osei Afriyie, popularly known as Wutah Afriyie, has said that he would gladly jump onto a collaboration with his music brother Wutah Kobby.
Afriyie said though they are no longer singing together, there is no bad blood between them and he would gladly welcome a collaboration from Kobby.
“Boys don’t fight. The only argue, settle the differences and move on,” Afriyie said.
This is contained in a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on e.tvghana.com.
Afriyie added that though they are not related by blood, he and Kobby have known each other since their youthful days at Mamprobi, a suburb of Accra, and have remained friends since they were in class 6.
Meanwhile, Kobby had earlier sent a stern warning to the general public that nobody should ask him about the group Wutah because “it is dead forever”.
He said he did not want to have anything doing with Afriyie anymore, therefore, no media person or anyone from the general public should ask him about Afriyie.
The two had many hit songs together including Bronya, Goosie Gander, Burning Desire, just to mention a few.
However, just as Afriyie has said earlier, whatever difference they have has been settled.
Afriyie is currently promoting his 5 track EP “Ayalolo” which is currently available on audio mack, filled with different genres of music.
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