Popular Ghanaian rapper and music executive, Guru reacted to a recent commentary made by reigning VGMA ‘Artiste of the Year’ Kuami Eugene where he opened up on his decision not to work with Guru under any circumstances due to the disrespect he showed to his record label boss, Riche Mensah.
Kuami Eugene has said on a local TV channel that he does not see a possibility of a collaboration between him and the ‘Lapaz Toyota’ hitmaker, as he accuses him of making derogatory comments against Richie on several occasions in the media.
“Guru did not use the right channel. You want to feature me but you go to media houses to insult the man who made me. I wouldn’t have been Kuami Eugene but for Richie so I expect that respect is accorded him no matter the differences that exist. I am under Lynx Entertainment and any song I produce needs to go through them,” Kuami Eugene stated.
Setting the records straight in a post on his Facebook page, Guru outlined his achievements in the music industry having plied his trade for about 13 years and made it clear that he did not beg Kuami Eugene for a collaboration and that the reason he wanted to do a project with Kuami Eugene because he admired his craft.
He cautioned the ‘Angela’ hitmaker to be mindful about how handles issues as he will not be working with Lynx Entertainment forever and wished him well in the years ahead of his career.
“Remember some people started with me but they could not last long so I appreciate how far God has brought me. I know that you will not be under Lynx Entertainment forever but remember not to have any issue with Lynx Entertainment before you leave because those that exited couldn’t maintain the hype. There are always new Lords so remember nothing lasts forever,”
“Point of correction, I never begged for a Collaboration. I didn’t ask for Collaboration because I wanted a hit song, I have a lot of hit songs and I’m proud of that. I wanted you to know I appreciate your craft does why I wanted us to work together and nothing more. I wish you well,” the NKZ Records CEO said.