Kuami Eugene refers to allegations that the new song “Happy Day” by Sarkodie is an endorsement for NPP.

Kuami Eugene refers to allegations that the new song “Happy Day” by Sarkodie is an endorsement for NPP.
After releasing his new song titled “Happy Day,” which features the reigning artist of the year at this year’s VGMA, Kuami Eugene, Sarkodie has become trendy on social media.
The song was a campaign song for the ruling NPP and its flagbearer, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo, according to speculation by independent thinkers on social media.

The rapper spoke in the song about the Free SHS policy and the fact that the “Dumsor” in the country was solved by the NPP government, urging the new president, Nana Addo, to continue his good work.
Kuami Eugene, speaking with MzGee on 3FM, said he never realized the song was an NPP campaign song until he was on set with the rapper to film the video.

Kuami Eugene expressed his frustration with how the song would influence his career, especially the part endorsed by Nana Addo by Sarkodie.

“Sarkodie only sent me the first verse of his rap which did not contain the endorsement for Nana Addo to aid me do the chorus, it was only at the video shoot that we got to know of the second verse, we confronted Sark’s management, and they denied…I am uncomfortable, I still don’t know Sarkodie’s motive for the song, it will have an effect on my career, I wasn’t ready to vouch for any political party openly….it will not end here”, he said.

This might really affect him now to some degree, because records have it that so many celebrities turn to lose interest in them after campaigning and taking sides with a political party, their fans turn to lose interest in them, especially when some of the fans do not side with that particular party and should incase the political party lose the elections, somehow the celebrity turns to lose its relevance.

Watch the song’s video below and follow the lyrics:

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