He May Be Arrogant And Rude But He Is A National Asset And Needs To Be Protected – OB Amponsah Jumps To The defense Of Kuami Eugene

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Ghanaian stand up comedian OB Amponsah has jumped to the defence of popular singer Kuami Eugene following the recent feud between him and NKZ boss Guru.

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In a Facebook post, OB Amponsah said he is a big fan of Kuami Eugene and even if he has been rude to a few people, he deserves to be protected because he is a national asset.

Kuami Eugene and Guru have been beefing for a few days now after Kuami Eugene denied Guru a chance to feature on a song together. Speaking on Adom TV, kuami Eugene said Guru cannot disrespect Richie Mensah,(his manager) and come back to ask for a feature because Richie is his boss.

In a rebuttal however,  Guru corrected Kuami Eugene explaining that he didn’t beg him for a feature to get a hit song. He said he only contacted him because he appreciates his music.

Reacting to the back and forth, OB Amponsah wrote on his Facebook wall that he is a “soldier” of Kuami Eugene. He said the young musician need to be protected whether he is arrogant or not because he is a national asset.

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