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    According to Kuami Eugene, many Ghanaians detest seeing you be who you truly are.
    According to Kuami Eugene, many Ghanaians detest seeing you be who you truly are.

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    According to Kuami Eugene, many Ghanaians detest seeing you be who you truly are.

    Ghanaian musician Kuami Eugene has voiced his opposition to social pressures to fit in and the entertainment industry’s demands to project a particular image.

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    Kuami Eugene discussed the public’s expectations for artists like him to project a humble and meek persona, particularly in interviews, in an open conversation with MX24 TV.

    He continued by saying that performers who show confidence and acknowledge their accomplishments frequently encounter pushback.

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    He maintained that rather than hiding who he was to appease people, he would be loyal to himself.

    “At the end of the day, I feel like I’m not pleased myself if I sugarcoat myself just to make you happy. I want to avoid being in a position where I have to live my entire life for other people. Therefore, it’s okay if being myself offends anyone.

    “I am aware that you should project meekness in the industry I work in. When you answer the question during an interview about how many accolades you have received, someone in their home becomes enraged. They want you to project a serious image; being solemn entails being humble, meek implies being under them, and humble implies being down there.

    “Because it indicates that you believe you are up there if you are sufficiently confident. And we detest seeing people outside,” he clarified.

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    Kuami Eugene said that the hard economic situation in the nation is to blame for the persistent trolling directed at successful artists like him. He claimed that as many people are going through difficult times, they feel the urge to vent their frustrations on someone.

    “Maybe it’s just because of the economy and the position we find ourselves in as Ghanaians, maybe the economic crisis, it’s just too hard to see somebody enjoy life when all of us are not enjoying life,” he explained.

    Kuami Eugene, real name Eugene Kwame Marfo, is a Ghanaian singer-songwriter that specializes in Afrobeat and high-life music. His songs include “Angela,” “Wish Me Well,” “Ohemaa,” and many more. He is contracted to Lynx Entertainment and Empire Distribution.

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