Kuami Eugene who was recently crying foul that Sarkodie’s subtle political endorsement of the NPP on their song “Happy Day” could hurt his career as a musician has been spotted performing that very song with Sarkodie at an event.
After Sarkodie dropped the official music video to his song “Happy Day” which featured Kuami Eugene, the Lynx Entertainment artiste in an interview, told the media, that he had no idea that, Sarkodie was endorsing a political party as the first rap sent to him, didn’t have any line like that.
In a new video, Kuami Eugene is seen happily performing the song together with Sarkodie, who also re-echoed his endorsement of Nana Addo’s government.
With rumors making rounds that, Sarkodie had pocketed some Ghc500k to endorse the NPP, its clear that Kuami Eugene has finally taken a percentage of that cash after expressing that, he was uncomfortable with Sarkodie’s decision to keep him in the dark.
In another interview, Eugene had also mentioned that, his management was resolving the issue with Sarkodie and that, they would come into some sort of agreement.
For someone who said he was uncomfortable about Sarkodie using NPP jargons in the song, one wouldn’t expect him to be performing the song so soon at any event, especially when election is just some few days away.
Well, its obvious that some monies has been paid and I wouldn’t be surprised because Kuami Eugene himself had once mentioned that, he wouldn’t mind endorsing the NPP isif he’s paid—Yup, he said it, read that article we published here. Click to watch their first public performance of the song.