Popular and fast-rising Ghanaian musician, Kuami Eugene, has refuted reports and rumours that he sleeps with Wendy Shay.
Reports went haywire that the Confusion hitmaker was sleeping with his colleague musician in a hotel around Achimota, Accra.
According to the reports sighted by YEN.com.gh on social media, it was not just a one-time affair the two had, but something they do.
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However, Kuami Eugene has flatly denied the reports, saying that all the allegations about him were false.
He was said to be speaking in an interview on an Accra-based radio station as reported by Ghanaweb.com.
The Angela hitmaker disclosed that the relationship between he and Wendy Shay is one that makes them like a brother and sister, adding that he long knew her before she was even signed by Bullet of RuffTown Records.
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According to Kuami Eugene, by the grace of God, he has a house, making it impossible for him to take a woman or Wendy Shay to a hotel.
“I don’t know where this is coming from. Wendy shay is a sister and I know her through Bullet before he signed her. By God’s grace, I have a house so I wouldn’t go to a hotel," Kuami Eugene said.
Another allegation leveled against him was that he was infected with an STD by a UPSA student.
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He was also accused of trying to rape a lady in a chop bar.
But Kuami Eugene said these things should not be taken serious because they were unfounded.
He accused the person behind the rumours of trying to ride on his name for attention and fame.
He was still undaunted by the reports, saying that a celebrity of his status is sure to experience some of these things.
Meanwhile, Kuami Eugene and Wendy Shay were in the news recently for passionately hugging each other with kisses.
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