Kuami Eugene, whose real name is Eugene Kwame Marfo, has stirred up controversy with his most recent social media post.
The prolific music star wrote in a Twitter post that he has done everything in his power to remain signed to the Lynx record label, but that it is no longer possible for him to do so.
Kwame Eugene made the post soon after the well-known political activist “A-Plus” said on United Showbiz on UTV that the award-winning musician wanted to leave Lynx Entertainment.
After the allegation was made by ‘A-Plus,’ it was then debunked by outspoken Ghanaian radio personality, DJ Slim, who stated that the ‘Angela’ hitmaker has no intention of parting ties with the record label.
The activist’s claims are backed up by the musician’s most recent post, even though it isn’t clear what the musician is saying.
“I try saa say I go stay, but chaley I for leff. Suro Nipa,” ‘Unhappy’ Kuami Eugene wrote on the bird app via his verified handle.
In some ways, this new development adds to the label’s bad rep, since it’s common for popular artists to leave without warning and look for peace elsewhere after internal fights that never make it to the public eye.
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