Lynx Entertainment signee Kuami Eugene has lamented that Ghanaians hate to support their own people. In a viral video, he said that for an artiste to post another artiste`s work on his timeline for his or her followers to see has always been a problem to them.
He further complained that all an artiste does to support his/her colleagues is to post their works on his/her status which disappears in a day.
“Instead of a Ghanaian artiste posting his colleague’s work on his timeline, he or she posts it on his status and that`s what we are all following,” he added.
After Ghanaians had watched the video on social media, they lashed him severely on Twitter for complaining. According to Ghanaians Kuami Eugene himself doesn’t share people’s work but wants others to share his works as some tagged him as a selfish artiste.
Watch video commentary below as was done by Sammy Flex on Sammy Flex TV:
Kuami Eugene go post Adina and Kelvinboy demma album yesterday for his IG page nor he’s coming to talk about “Support your own”. He get nerves
Kuami Eugene go post Adina then Kelvyn Boy demma album yesterday for in Instagram page norr he dey move to artists. The whole year u go in ig page ibi only Kidi in project idey derr.
Yesterday he look Sharp post Adina then Kelvyn Boy norr he want to drag people. Herh
What do u expect from someone who uses vegetables to make songs
I kai as Sarkodie drop Black Love the whole Sarknation tag Kuami Eugene to post he no mind we, if he talk say he no see paa he dey lie.
He see but he gyie eye. But u drop yours u are angry cos people are not sharing yours. Practice what you preach bro
Upon all the support Kuami Eugene has from his record label down to vegetables sellers man is crying for support ! You you share underground artiste work before ? What a joke !
nonesense, dr paa bobo sef their albums werent shared by colleagues how more u who just came,
and when was the last time u kwame eugene even shared a colleague album,kyer3 social mediaa
naa u wakeup every morning to find nonesense been said ,west ham spoil my bet oo hmm
Story by: Emmanuel Lapigee Ofori