Kuami Eugene: I used to sell my CDs in trotro but nobody bought it

Kuami Eugene: I used to sell my CDs in trotro but nobody bought it

- Kuami Eugene has shared a sad story about his beginning in the Ghanaian music industry

- He disclosed in a new interview that he wasn't able to convince people in 'trotro' to buy his CDS when he tried selling to them

- Eugene is the reigning Artiste of the Year

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Ghanaian artiste, Kuami Eugene has shared a heartbreaking story about his come-up in the Ghanaian music industry in a new interview.

The self-acclaimed 'RockStar' disclosed that he used to sell his CDs in commercial vehicles, popularly called 'trotro,' but he wasn't able to convince anyone to buy a copy.

Kuami Eugene: I used to sell my CDs in trotro but nobody bought it
Source: Instagram
Source: Instagram

"I used to sell my CDs in trotro. Nobody dey buy the CD but I will do freestyle and they will say 'oh you are good. You have a nice voice but as for the CD I won't buy it," recalled the 2020 Ghana Music Awards 'Artiste of the Year' on a new episode of 'Celebrity Pulpit.'

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Meanwhile, Comedienne Afia Schwarzenegger has landed in police trouble after recording a video of actress Regina Adu Safowaa in police cells.

Schwar has reportedly been invited to the headquarters of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) to answer questions over the video of Adu Safowaa in cells. Adu Safowaa was arrested by the police on Thursday, May 13, 2021, and spent the night in their custody.

A video popped up showing Adu Safowaa in the police cells with other suspects. Schwar was heard in the background of the video taunting Safowaa. The voice of Schwar in the video led many to conclude that she was the one who recorded the video and released it on social media.

Apparently, it was Schwar's intention to prove a point that she had put Safowaa in her right place after the latter rained insults on her on social media. But the recording of suspects in a police cell has been deemed as inappropriate leading to the invitation from the CID.

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