“I’m Proud That Kidi Has Realized People Will Misquote Him When He Talks About Me”-Kuami Eugene [Video]
Ghanaian Afro-Highlife musician, Eugene Kwame Marfo, popularly known as Kuami Eugene has commended his label mate, Kidi for realizing that social media users will misquote him when he talks about him during interviews.
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It would be vividly recalled that Kidi while speaking in an interview on United Showbiz stated that he will never pass any comment about Kuami Eugene because he is always misquoted by Ghanaians. He said that people interpret his submissions in ways Kuami Eugene will find displeasing, thus he will remain mute about any conversation raised about Kuami Eugene.
Speaking in an interview on Poleeno Multimedia, Kuami Eugene stated that he is glad Kidi has come to the realization that his statements about him will always be misinterpreted by social media folks,
He said that he also realized that he will be misquoted when he talks about Kidi a very long time ago, hence he stopped talking about him or any other musician during interviews. However, he revealed that there is no grudge between him and Kidi.
Watch the interview below:
Meanwhile, after condemning a young blogger by the name of Albert for his harsh comments on social media and bullying regular folks within the digital space, old tweets of the renowned journalist, Bridget Otoo bullying other social media users have resurfaced online.
Albert was made to face huge embarrassment after he was confronted by Nana Aba Anamoah, Serwaa Amihere, and Bridget Otoo over some of his old tweets they find very disrespectful and insensitive.
In addition to the humiliation, the young was sacked by his former employer, Chris Handler of Ghbase.com after he became the talk of the nation with many social media users condemning him over his jarring tweets. He was also accused of being in talks with Kwadwo Sheldon to secure a new job while being inconsistent with his old job.