- Highlife musician Kuami Eugene and singer Cina Soul have captured a moment expressing affection for each other in a video
- The pair appears to be making a statement about their relationship in the clip
- The cuddly video of the two entertainers has eagled-eyed social media enthusiasts wondering if they are the latest celebrity couple in town
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Young Ghanaian musicians, Kuami Eugene, and Cina Soul have sparked a buzz on social media after capturing a platonic moment expressing affection for each other.
The multiple-talented highlife musician, Kuami Eugene, known in real life as Eugene Kwame Marfo, and singer Cina Soul, privately called Christie Quincyna Quarcoopome, made their platonic relationship public for the first time.
The pair are friends with the award-winning singer KiDi who's on the same record label as Kuami Eugene.
Until recently, KiDi and Cina Soul were rumoured to be having a romantic relationship away from the screens after Lynx Entertainment signee released the film Sugar that featured the two artistes kissing in a scene.
While visuals of sightings of KiDi and Cina Soul have emerged online, the pair seemed not to have transformed their friendship into a full-fledged romance.
But the latest video of Kuami Eugene and KiDi's rumoured girlfriend expressing affection for each other has many asking whether KiDi's relationship with Cina Soul has declined.
In the adorable video that has gained traction on social media, Kuami Eugene and Cina Soul appear to be making a statement with their chemistry.
The cuddly video has eagled-eyed social media enthusiasts wondering if they are the latest celebrity couple in town.
Watch the video below.
In other news, YEN.com.gh previously reported on Jennifer Dede, a visually impaired Form two (2) student who lost her vision at age seven has given a goosebumps-raising narration about how she lost her eyesight.
Dede who was abandoned by her father has had to endure and live with stigma even from the people she calls family.
Recalling how the light in her eyes began dimming at age six, Dede told Joy News in an interview that she became blind after she suffered from a medical eye condition called Glaucoma.
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