Afrobeats group DopeNation is displeased with former record label colleague Kuami Eugene’s comments after their departure from Lynx Entertainment.
The hitmaking duo consisting of Micheal Boafo (B2) and Tony Boafo (Twist) finds the ‘Angela’ hitmaker’s comments surprising and shocking sayings it would have to be better if his comments were congratulatory.
Kuami Eugene told Hitz FM’s Doreen Avio that although he does not know why the duo decided to sign out after a year with the label, he stated that it was brave to make the decision to work on their own.
“I think there is time for everything. If this is the time for them to leave and they have been able to muster courage and be on their own, may God help them and I am so happy for them,” he stated.
Kuame Eugene said that Dope Nation leaving Lynx Entertainment does not mean their world is ending but rather starting a new chapter.
But speaking on Hitz FM, the ‘Zanku’ hitmakers said, “It was an interview that came up and he expressed his opinion on our departure from Lynx entertainment and I think with what he said and what we heard, we were not satisfied with the comments”.
DopeNation said they did not see it as the artist’s responsibility to announce their departure and the end of their contract with Lynx Entertainment.
“We were shocked when he made all those comments,” they said.