It obvious the beef between NKZ’s Guru and Lynx Entertainment signee, Eugene Kwame Marfo, who goes by the stage name Kuami Eugene is not ending anytime soon as they both keep hitting hard on each other anytime they get the opportunity to be interviewed.
It all started when Kuami Eugene in an interview was quizzed on why he didn’t collaborate with Guru some time back when he asked for a feature on his song.
Eugene in response stated that, there was no way he would collaborate with Guru when he goes around disrespecting his Boss, Richy Mensa.
“You want to feature me but you go to media houses to insult the man who made me.”
This statement made by Kuami Eugene got the whole media ablaze as many were of the view that he had disrespected Guru with his responds.
Guru then reacted with the said comment with a ‘beautiful’ press and Richy Mensa retaliated with a punch saying Kuami Eugene never disrespected Guru
However, on Friday, Guru took his beef with Kuami Eugene to a whole new level after he released a song titled ‘Who born dog’.
Ever since its release, many entertainment pundits and some showbiz personalities have questioned the relevance of the song.
Having said that, in a new interview with award wining Ghanaian blogger, Zion Felix, the renowned rapper revealed that, Eugene loose talk has always done harm to him more that good as he advices him to be mindful of what ever he says on social media.
Giving an example of some the loose talks Eugene gives, he recalled a circumstance Kuami Eugene came out to say that a number of people have approached him claiming to their son portraying that, her mother in her tender age have had things doing with a lot of men.
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