Trending Ghanaian musician, Kuami Eugene, has angrily fired back at his critics.
He said that those who sit in their homes to insult him are unemployed and lazy people.
The young and talented musician said he’s no longer concerned about such things-been he’s racing over his feud with his fellow musician, Guru.
Reigning 2020 The Artist of the Year, Kuami Eugene, fired back at his critics, saying that only unemployed and lazy people would sit in their homes to insult him.
He explained that no one who has anything productive to do will ignore them and focus on attacking him or other celebrities on social media.
Kuami Eugene said that he’s grown a tough skin for things like this, so he doesn’t care anymore.
Kuami Eugene was labeled as arrogant and proud for reasons known to his critics.
When he won the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) 2020 Artist of the Year, some people, including his own colleague, Kofi Kinaata, said that Kuami Eugene did not deserve that award.
However, he responded boldly to those claims, saying that he deserved every bit of the award.
Meanwhile, Kuami Eugene and Guru are on the brink of a controversial issue between the two.
Guru took Kuami Eugene on issues concerning collaboration.
He asked Kuami Eugene to sing a song with him, but he refused to do so.
This is because Kuami Eugene said that Guru had disrespected his boss, Richie Mensah of Lynx Entertainment, so he’s not going to have anything to do with Guru.