Lynx Entertainment’s Kuami Eugene has been granting a lot of radio interviews following the release of Sarkodie’s supposed controversial ‘Happy Day’ song, which many has described as an endorsement for President Akufo-Addo because of portions of the lyrics.
In the various interviews Kuami Eugene has granted, he claims that Sarkodie lied to him because he had no inclination that the song had that political undertone.
In a different interview on Hitz FM, Kuami went further to suggest that Sarkodie owed him some good money because MP for Ningo Prampram, Sam George in a post on Facebook alleged that Sarkodie and Samini took a whopping 500K cedis to endorse Prez. NADAA with their songs.
Well, it turns out all Kuami Eugene’s rants were pure lies that were engineered in probably one of Lynx Entertainment’s studios just to get the song some more media attention.
In a video sighted by thegossipmall.com, the ‘Beifour’ hitmaker was seen on stage performing the same ‘Happy Day’ he has been ranting about with no other person but Sarkodie.
From what we gather, their performance was at an event hosted at +233 Grill and Bar in Accra.
I guess this is enough proof that the Rockstar was lying all along.
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