Kuami Eugene’s Real Name is ‘Frank Kofi Boakye’ – Father Claims + Video

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The alleged father Kuami Eugene has revealed that his son’s real name is ‘Frank Kofi Boakye’ and not ‘Eugene Marfo’.

In an interview with Kofi TV, Mr. Kofi Boakye, made claims that Kuami Eugene was named after him. However, when things went downhill, his mother changed his name to ‘Marfo’ after her second husband. He also stated that the ‘Rockstar’ is not even ‘Kuami’, but

He expressed shock at how the singer refers to himself as ‘Kuami’ adding that he should have stuck to the name ‘Kofi’ since he is a Friday born and not a Saturday born.

“Kuami Eugene’s real name is Frank Kofi Boakye. I don’t know where the Kuami is coming from because he is not a Saturday born. I was present when his mother gave birth to him and I personally christened him,” he revealed.

He also debunked speculations that he was after the star’s money.

“I’m not after his money. I have not been rich all my life but at least I’m not dead. I have other children. I have a son who just completed KNUST and a girl who is also working currently so it’s not about the money. I just need to see my son. I need him to recognize me as his father,” he explained.

Kuami Eugene however has said that he does not know Mr. Kofi Boakye from anywhere.


See video below:



Source: Ghanaweb

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