Guru: Lapaz Toyota Hitmaker Fights Kuami Eugene over Collaboration Issues

Guru: Lapaz Toyota Hitmaker Fights Kuami Eugene over Collaboration Issues

- Ghanaian musician, Guru, is trending over an issue he has with his colleague Kuami Eugene

- He had asked Kuami Eugene for a collaborati and this has got the two ranting on social media

- Kuami Eugene refused to have the collaboration with Guru, accusing him of disrespecting his boss, Richie Mensah

- Guru has fired back at him, saying Kuami Eugene will not be on top forever

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Lapaz Toyota hitmaker, Guru, has taken on his colleague Kuami Eugene over issues bothering on collaboration between the two.

Guru had asked Kuami Eugene to sing with him on a song, but he refused.

This is because Kuami Eugene said Guru has disrespected his boss, Richie Mensah, of Lynx Entertainment, therefore, he will not have anything doing with Guru.

Guru, not happy with Kuami Eugene’s response, has fired back at Kuami Eugene, saying he will not be on top forever.

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Guru: Lapaz Toyota Hitmaker Fights Kuami Eugene of Collaboration Issues
A collage of Guru and Kuami Eugene. Photo credit: @gurunkz @kuamieugene/Instagram
Source: Instagram

In a lengthy tweet sighted by, Guru said he never begged Kuami Eugene for a hit as is being peddled, because he has many hits to his credit in the past:

He added that Kuami Eugene will not be at Lynx Entertainment forever, and advised that by the time he leaves, he should ensure not to have any issues with anybody there, because that will affect his fame and make his hype die off.

Guru stressed that there are "always new Lords, adding that nothing lasts forever:

An incensed Guru reminded Kuami Eugene that he has been in the music industry for 13 years, and has had not less than 4 hit songs in a year.

Then he posed the question at him: "How old were you then?"

He added however that he admires Kuami Eugene's hard work and how far he has come in the industry.

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Guru also went ahead to list some of his achievements so far:

Sharing why he wanted Kuami Eugene on his song, Guru said he wanted musicians to work together because the industry is in a bad situation, and he reasoned that working together with others was a way to boost it.

Meanwhile, in other news, a supposed throwback photo of Rev. Obofour looking like a gangster with a long beard and rasta hair has caused a stir.

Fans are divided over whether he is the one or not.

Also, Dr. Kwadwo Safo Kantaka Jnr, has opened up on the luxury he enjoys, including his 10-bedroom mansion, and his uncountable number of cars.

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