Eugene Kwame Marfo, better known as Kuami Eugene, the talented Ghanaian musician, seems to be thoroughly savoring his success in the music business.
The musician refuses to give up or exchange his notoriety for anything else. He claims that not being recognized as the rock star he has become since the first time he grabbed the microphone will be a nightmare.
He revealed these things on Joy Prime's The Doreen Avio Show.
“Waking up one morning and realizing I'm not this rockstar is my biggest dread.” Imagine that when I walk to the mall after waking up, no one exclaims, “Rockstar.” I'll check to see whether I had a restless night. I mean, I frequently receive the question: Don't you feel tired when people are always grabbing at your leg? You're not allowed to join us in the wait any more, are you? That's my job, I said.He inquires, “Do you suppose I'd like to get by without being recognized like you?”
Will you choose fame over having nothing in your pocket if the money will buy me the fame? That will probably be the worst experience I've ever had. You'll be incredibly well-liked and well-known worldwide, but you must choose Uber. Is this Kuami Eugene, or has the Rockstar's car got a problem? The driver will be asking themselves, “He remarked.”