Ghanaian music sensation Kuami Eugene has come under fire over the comment he made while posting behind the scene video from his music video shoot. The talented and creative singer after successfully amassing great streaming with his single Cryptocurrency and the remix with Nigerian American based musician Rotimi is set to do more.
Amidst the sad news of losing his father weeks back, the Lynx Entertainment signee announced his upcoming album Love And Chaos sometime in October. One of the hottest singles off the upcoming album is titled FATE! Kuami Eugene released the visual for the song about three days ago.
Watch The Video Here. .
However, he decided to share the behind the scene of video making with his fans and followers last night. In the video, Kuami was seen holding a newspaper (graphic) which was lit with fire. From the look on his face and his body language, it was obvious he was scared to his bone about getting burnt in the process. It was scary as he dropped the almost burnt paper after nearly getting burnt. His caption said:
” Things I Go Through For You All. FATE #LoveAndChaos. “
This short and simple caption riled up Ghanaians who forgot the danger he passed through making the video. They dragged him asking why he would think he is going through those things for them when all the money he is making goes into his pocket and not theirs. Some reminded him that he chose his path and they also have theirs which also comes with risks. Read some comments below:
” @streettalenthub: Lack of common sense. What happened to technology? Burn yourself and blame your village people. “
” @am_icemani: You go through to make your money nig#a, do you know what me I go through? Make your mind down. “
” @okofoanastrasia26: Please don’ t ever do this ever again in your lifetime when shooting videos hmmmm because anything can happen don’ t joke with your life. “
” @kwetperry: You go through to make your end needs. As you dey collect your gig none dey come wanna account inside. Talk well. “
” @winifredamoah41: Ebi your job boss! Who benefits from it? Don’ t let it be you are doing us a favor dear, you’ re doing it for yourself and your family not for us! “
” @afia_naana: Wonso de3 ayaa wop3 woho asem. Things you go through for who and who? Don’ t you charge for your shows? You don’ t even do giveaways. “
” @kwabena_fianku_awuku: Please please, you go through for who? That talk dey bore me. “
” @shegelabobor: For yourself oo. Not for us. You want to feed yourself & Family. We didn’ t send you message Baba. “
” @tim_lifeman: I don’ t understand when you guys said you go through things for us. Guy you dey hustle for your money stop music let’ s see who’ s account gonna stop receiving money and you dey whine me? “
From their responses, it simply show the statement made by Kuami Eugene is a turn- off for some Ghanaian Netizens. They made it clear that whatever he is doing for his career is for himself and not for anyone else because everyone has their own struggles. Do you think what Kuami said warranted such a third degree from Ghanaians?