Kuami Eugene 'punches' Guru on a new song; check out his response

Kuami Eugene 'punches' Guru on a new song; check out his response

- Kuami Eugene has resurrected the beef between himself and rapper Guru

- On the remix of Sika Aba Fie, he referred to a certain 'Maradona' with 'Adwenfi'

- Guru has since responded to the shade thrown at him

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It seems Kuami Eugene isn't over his musical disagreement with rapper Guru.

Early this year, the two artistes had a public spat over respect, and who has the biggest songs, which ended unceremoniously after a few weeks.

Kuami Eugene punches Guru on new song; check out his response
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Kuami Eugene seems to have resurrected the 'beef' with a shot against Guru on a new song.

"Maradona Adwenfi," sings Eugene on the remix of Sika Aba Fie, an obvious shot at Guru whose real name is Maradona.

Skip to the 52-second mark to hear Eugene's word targeted at Guru

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Guru has since responded to the diss on Twitter writing: "Boys throwing shots Eii Mr Frank BOAKYI on Sika aba fie I CAN’T FEEL MY LEGS"

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On February 8, 2021, YEN.com.gh reported that the founder of Lynx Entertainment, Richie Mensah, had waded into the beef between his artiste Kuami Eugene and NKZ star, Guru.

This was on the back of an accusation by Guru that Kuami Eugene refused to collaborate with him on a song.

In a new post on Instagram, Richie jumped to the defense of Kuami Eugene and indicated that the Walahi singer was not at fault. The Lynx Entertainment boss went on to indicate that Guru was rather the one to blame in the whole issue since he was going around spinning stories.

Still, on Kuami Eugene, he has clarified his position on the #FixTheCountry campaign on social media.

Ghanaians have besieged President Nana Akufo-Addo and his government to fix the many problems in the country.

The campaign which started on Twitter weeks ago has gathered momentum outside social media with many putting pressure on the government to solve problems ranging from the economy, power, roads, to health.

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Amid the campaign, the Dollar On You hitmaker ruffled feathers with a comment that suggested that there has to be a change in the behavior of the citizens first.

The singer's comment brought him a lot of backlash with former TV3 Presenter, Bridget Otoo, among those who slammed him for his comment about #FixTheCountry.

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