Kuami Eugene, a Ghanaian musician, did not only released new images but also threw some shade at people he referred to as “attention wasters.”
The VGMA Artiste of the Year said in a caption on his Twitter timeline that he gave many people the chance and recognition they deserved, but they didn’t get anything in return.
Kuami Eugene is subtly reminding Guru that he paid attention to him when he declined his feature offer, but the NKZ rapper didn’t take advantage of it.
Just Been Away For A While. They Wasted All The Attention I Gave Them. Opportunity Comes But Once.
Just Been Away For A While.— Kuami Eugene (@KuamiEugene) March 10, 2021
They Wasted All The Attention I Gave Them.
Opportunity Comes But Once. pic.twitter.com/LThqqcVxzE
If you recall, Guru and Kumai Eugene made headlines a few weeks ago for one reason: the Lynx Entertainment signee declined to collaborate on a song with Guru after his manager, Richie Mensah, was disrespected.
Between Guru, Kuami Eugene, and Lynx Entertainment, there was some back and forth. Finally, Guru decided to release a d!ss track called “Who Born Dog,” which he used as an outlet… Regrettably, the album died as soon as it arrived.