Richie Mensah recently came out to confirm the exit of his most recently signed musical duo, Dope Nation from his record label, Lynx Entertainment. Their departure came as a surprise to many Ghanaian music fans because its barely a year after they were signed.
Moreover, record label contracts of such kinds mostly last for at least more than a year, which made their early exit a little weird. However, just when the news of their departure seemed to have been dying out, Kuami Eugene has just reacted to it. His reaction was far from expectations, considering how MzVee‘s exit from the label sparked unhealthy controversies, which suggested he and Kidi played a part in it.
Kuami Eugene reveals
“me, it makes me feel good… it makes me feel good.”
The multiple award-winning singer further explained that he feels good because he believes Dope Nation‘s contract with Lynx Entertainment has come to an end. Moreover, they left willingly.
“I mean, they are two matured folks, they joined “Lynx Entertainment, I believe their time is over… I’m so happy for them,” He continued.
Kuami Eugene then continued to disclose that the fact that Dope Nation left is no cause to worry.
“it not as though since they are leaving, the world is ending or anything.”
“I’m glad that, now what would be shared among four boys will be shared among two boys. [Laughs] goodbye to them.”
However, his final comment is what may suggest he all along wished Dope Nation parted ways with Lynx. Which also insinuates he may have had a hand in it. Because if he behaved hostile towards them or even exhibited any hard feelings regarding the revenue sharing he mentioned. Then Dope Nation would have felt they were not too welcomed there and may decide to leave on those grounds.
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