Kuami Eugene has donated $100 to his clone

Kuami Eugene has donated $100 to his clone 

Multi award winning Lynx Entertainment Signee has donated $100 to his lookalike fun after an encounter with him at a Kumasi-based radio station, Angel FM.

The rockstar who is believed to be surprised by the encounter of his clone who has for some time now been trending on social media.

At Kuami Eugene’s media visits to Angel FM in Kumasi to promote his new banger “Tena Fie”, the look-alike who lives in Techiman traveled to Kumasi just to meet the highlife artiste.

When he learnt that the clone spent GH¢ 60 on transportation to meet him, he gave him $100 to make up for his expenses.

Kuami Eugene is out with the second single  “Tena Fie” off his forthcoming “Afro Highlife” extended play (EP) album.

“Tena Fie,” done in burger highlife vein, is a party song that takes inspiration from works done by veteran artistes George Darko, Amakye Dede, and the late highlife sensation Obibini Takyi.


Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

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