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Entertainment of Tuesday, 17 December 2019

Source: sammyflex.com

'Zaraman' 247 talks about why Kuami Eugene has bad fashion sense


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The assertion that Kuami Eugene lacks fashion sense as a celebrity is not a new thing in the entertainment industry.

The Lynx Entertainment signee has suffered several internet trolls on how he appears in public and sometimes on the stage for performances.

He once said in an interview with Sammy Flex that, his critics should have known that he is still a young boy of 22 years who has lived in a poor suburb called Fadama in Accra therefore not knowing how to dress should not have been a public discussion and a mockery to him.

He revealed further that he was not new in the game and did not have enough money to buy expensive clothes but that seems to be on the contrary.

As much as many had thought that Kuame did not have any assistance on his appearance and fashion statements, a recent interview has revealed that a stylist had wanted to help him but he was adamant which pushed the stylist away.

The Chief Executive officer of Zara man247 Boutique at North Kaneshie has revealed that he started styling Kuami Eugene because he saw the talent in the young man and had wanted to help him.

“Sammy, I started styling Kuami Eugene in so many ways and the photos in my office tells everyone that he was being transformed until one of his video shoots. Can you imagine I gave some beautiful shirts to KuamI Eugene for his video shoot only for me to realize that he had cut the sleeves of the expensive shirt I gave him in the video when it came out finally. That was the day I came to the realization that there is no hope on how he will look so I stopped styling him,” Zaraman noted.

This revelation was made on the Sammy Flex TV platform during a programme called Real Talk hosted by Sammy Flex on Youtube.

Interested people should find the link of the full interview with Zaraman 247 below for other things that were said about artistes wanting to do music videos, ladies being cheap when it comes to clothing and many more.

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