Kuami Eugene: It is shallow to say 'Wele Sebe Kontomire' is not worth winning a Grammy Award

Kuami Eugene: It is shallow to say 'Wele Sebe Kontomire' is not worth winning a Grammy Award

- Kuami Eugene has lashed out at people criticising him because of 'Wele Sebe Kontomire' lyrics

- He says it is shallow to criticise him because of that particular lyrics

- The musician believes people are shy to admit they love the song because his numbers are growing

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Singer Kuami Eugene has taken a swipe at Ghanaians who criticise the lyrical content of his song Open Gate.'

The Lynx Entertainment artiste has been at the mercy of trolls for the line 'sebe wele kontomire' in the hit song.

Kuami Eugene: Shallow to say 'Wele Sebe Kontomire' is not worth winning a Grammy Award
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Eugene, however, thinks people who have unkind words to say to him because of that are shallow and are criticicing him just for the sake of it.

"It is really, really a bit too shallow if you say 'wele sebe kontomire' is a bad word or it is not Grammy worthy. I don't understand because I am making numbers out there which means we are really listening to it," said Eugene during an interview on Hitz FM.

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"We are enjoying it. We are playing it at parties, every wedding, every occasion."

In other news, International movie streaming website Netflix, has reportedly removed a South-African production titled Slay from its platform after a complaint was made.

According to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Zionfelix.net, Netflix took down the movie after award-winning Ghanaian singer, Wendy Shay, raised copyright infringement claims.

The Shay On You singer earlier put up a video with the claim that she had just seen snippets of the Slay movie and realised that the makers of the music used her song All For You in it.

Wendy Shay said she was not aware that the moviemakers were using the song, neither was she informed about the decision.

She then went on to admonish the movie makers to do the right thing or meet her in court. In line with this complaint, Netflix has reportedly blocked access to the movie pending an amicable settlement.

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