Award-winning Ghanaian Highlife musician, Eugene Kwame Marfo, well known as Kuami Eugene has disclosed his great fear in life.
The “Open gate” hitmaker Eugene Kwame Marfo in a recent interview has opened up on his life after becoming a celebrity. According to the artist, after he became a celebrity and started making money, he has been receiving advice on how to use his money.
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In an interview with Amansan Krakye on Kastle FM, the multiple award-winning artists say he has been constantly reminded by the elderly that he must not go broke. “It comes with a little pressure that is if you are a celebrity like you asked me”, he said.
“Because everyone wants to tell you what to do with your money. Every elderly person you meet has an idea as to what you must use the money for. Everyone wants to remind you that if you don’t use the money reasonably you might end up broke in the future. So basically being a celebrity comes with that pressure” he said.
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Eugene Kwame Marfo is a Ghanaian High-life and Afrobeat singer-songwriter. He is signed to Lynx Entertainment and is known for several songs, including “Angela”, “Wish Me Well”, “Ohemaa” and many others. He has received a lot of awards for his hit songs and hard work.