The Lynx Entertainment signee claimed in an interview on Mx24 TV that the worst kind of disrespect is when fans sing songs by singers at concerts, among other things.
In the past, according to Kuame Eugene, he did not have problems and even forbade “his people” from acting out when they first expressed their displeasure.
In his words, he felt his impersonator was “having fun, not playing any shows, not doing so much, and he’s just showing love to Kuame Eugene, just let him express himself.”
He gave the lookalikes some advice, saying, “People don’t really like what is happening. Whatever enjoyment you are experiencing, settle down and keep having fun. Try to stop it because the outcome will probably not be good.
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This comes after the country noticed a rise in impersonators of famous people who are musicians, including Kuami Eugene, KiDi, Medikal, King Promise, and others. Since then, some of them have been seen singing songs by artists at gatherings.
Numerous members of the public have voiced their worries about the occurrence, with some asking for a seizure while others urging artists to use caution.
Rapper Medikal responded to the practice by advising the young males who were dressing up as impersonators of famous people to stop.
He claimed that while musicians would be thrilled if someone claimed to resemble them, the use of lookalikes to exploit artists and their work had become excessive.