If You Don’t Like My Songs, Don’t Fall In Love – Kuami Eugene tells critics
Lynx Entertainment’s Eugene Marfo better known as Rock star or Kuami Eugene has lashed out at critics, educating them on the kind of message his songs carry.
Most people are of the view that the Angela hitmaker is better off a gospel artiste than a hiplife/highlife artiste.
The fastest rising Ghanaian musician performed at this year’s Adom Praiz and it got a lot of people thinking and questioning why he was allowed to perform his ‘Wish Me Well’ song at the Perez Dom, with people of the argument that he is not fit to mount the podium and minister.
This hasn’t gone down well with the musician who burst out on Franky Five’s show last Sunday, asking critics who don’t like his songs to stop falling in love and getting married since his songs preach love and nothing else.
“It is not bad, my songs aren’t bad, they are good songs, I do good music. I am not kissing anyone in my videos, I’m not doing bad stuffs, that is why I keep on saying, I keep emphasizing that so far as the content of the song is not leading people to hell, because I am speaking about love and how much you can love a partner. If you don’t want to talk about my song, then you shouldn’t get married. If you don’t like my song, then don’t love anyone, don’t fall in love”, he said.
Kuami Eugene also said that people sing his songs at church and all his songs must be allowed by churches because they are love songs and the bible teaches about love.