“Karma is dealing with you” –Teephlow chastises Guru NKZ over Kuami Eugene collabo snub

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Rapper Teephlow has said Guru NKZ should not cry foul over Kuami Eugene collabo snub because it is Karma that is dealing with him.

According to the Cape-Coast based rapper, Guru blocked him from shining in between 2011 and 2014 when the “Alkayida” wave was all around.

Addressing how he feels about the entire issue and the sympathy Guru NKZ is receiving from Ghanaians over Kuami Eugene’s decision not to work with him, Teephlow says he feels great and believes Guru deserves to be snubbed.

In a tweet, Teephlow said Guru NKZ, then, claimed he created the “Alkayida” wave when it was clearly his thing. Thus, he is facing the consequences of his cumulative wrongs.

He wrote: With all those hits u still robbed a brother of a simple chance to shine when the new akaida dance wave came! U swore u never knew of my song and even claimed u created the wave. Today udey stress over collabo. Smh. Karma is indeed a crazy dog.

 

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