Kuame Eugene could acrimoniously leave Lynx Entertainment, owned by Richie Mensah, the man who nurtured his talent and turned him into a superstar, or better still, a rockstar after he participated in the MTN Hitmaker.
This bombshell was dropped by pundit and former musician A-Plus, who seems to know the seeming turmoil encircling the formidable record label, which also has KiDi on board.
I have some intel, I have information that there is some uneasy calm between Kuami Eugene and his record label. That’s the information I have,” A Plus revealed on the popular United Showbiz program on UTV in the last edition.
According to A Plus, he supports Kuami Eugene’s move since growth is part of the advancement process and wouldn’t want anyone to stand in his way if that is his final decision.
“It is a very good move because nobody in this world should say I will die where I am. Everyone should aspire to get to a greater height and I support people who want to do that. But we don’t want anyone to say that he is not a man so they shouldn’t play his songs.
If Kuami Eugene wants to leave or whatever I heard, I don’t want to hear later that he doesn’t have talent, he has everything. If that is true that he wants to leave before he moves from lynx, he should have a team that is ready to push him just as Lynx is doing,” he concluded.