The fastest rising Ghanaian musician “Kuami Eugene” has stated that if he will record a song, it will be to wish patapaa well and not a diss song.
“If I will record a song, it will be to wish Patapaa well. I don’t think I have the time to write and produce a diss song for another artiste,” he noted that contrary to opinions by some that he should have replied Patapaa’s diss song to him.
According to the hiplife artiste, it would be waste of time to go through all the processes of music production just to do a song to shade somebody.
It all started few days ago, when Kuami Eugene said in an interview that he wouldn’t do a song with Patapaa because he (Patapaa) has a noisy style even though his management had reached out to him for a collaboration.
“Patapaa said he needs me on a song, he’s calling me for a feature and said I no, because I’m not ready,” he said.
“People shouldn’t wait. It’s never going to happen, Patapaa’s kind of songs are not me, he makes too much noise,” he added.
Kuami Eugene was seriously lashed by the public for his comment, saying he should have been tactical in answering the question.
He quickly apologised in a video via social media stating that he did not make the comment out of malice and that he has a good relationship with Patapaa which allows them to use certain words for each other.
“First, me den Patapaa be really close. We dey talk a lot and we dey laugh each other. Everyday he just dey laugh me say I dey do too much wedding songs – wey me too I dey laugh am say he dey do too much noisy songs. So It’s something we play plus. I beg, you guys should forgive me if you are offended with what I said. Forgive me. I’m so sorry,” he said in Pidgin English.
Patapaa released a diss song for Kuami Eugene few hours later which prodded some of Kuami Eugene’s fans to reply him.
Kuami Eugene is out with a new song titled ‘Wish Me Well’.