- Reigning artist of the year, Kuami Eugene has said he wishes Guru will resume producing 10 hit songs yearly
- He and Guru have been at each other’s throat following a proposal by Guru that they collaborate on a song
- Kuami Eugene refused on the basis that Guru once disrespected his boss, Richie Mensah, of Lynx Entertainment
- Guru fired back and said he did not need Kuami Eugene to make a hit song because he was releasing more back in the days
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Ghanaian musician, Kuami Eugene has said he wished his senior colleague, Guru, would come back to produce the 10 hits songs yearly as he boasted earlier.
His outburst followed earlier claims by Guru that he is a natural hitmaker and does not need Kuami Eugene to make hit songs.
He reportedly made this statement in an interview with Nana B on Kasapa FM on Friday, February 12, 2021.
Only jobless, lazy people will sit in their homes to insult me - Kuami Eugene angrily fires in beef with Guru
It appears their fight is not ending anytime as soon with Kuami Eugene’s new remark.
The two have been fighting over a collaboration issue in which Kuami Eugene flatly refused to sing together with Guru because he disrespected his boss, Richie Mensah of Lynx Entertainment.
Guru, not happy with Kuami Eugene’s response has fired back at Kuami Eugene, saying he will not be on top forever.
In a lengthy tweet sighted by YEN.com.gh, 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
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.
Kuami Eugene’s boss, Richie jumped to his artiste’s defense and stressed that they would not work with Guru.
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