Ghanaian presenter and music producer, Kofi Okyere Darko, who was once manager of music duo WUTAH has revealed why the group struggles to stay united. Speaking to Andy Dosty on the Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM, Thursday, KOD said the group had failed to live up to their brand as a music group because of Afriyie Wutah’s attitude towards the group’s work.
“Big dreams was the biggest song then and it was our song for the very first world cup… Wutah stressed me than any act I’ve worked with. Wutah has always had issues. I always told them to look at the bigger picture. We don’t have to be friends to make money.
“Afriyie didn’t show up for some interviews even though you can’t dispute how talented he is. He is one of the best but his attitude brought the team down,” he said.
KOD also lauded rapper Guru for his brave efforts at signing music group, Wutah after their long absence from the music scene.
Guru signed Wutah to his NKZ record label in 2017 with the vision to cement the legacy of the duo, who were household names in Ghana before their split up.
Fast forward to 2019, the Lapaz Toyota hitmaker is rumored to have suffered some difficulties with the duo, forcing him to issue a lawsuit.
Guru has, on several platforms, attested to the fact that Wutah wasn’t living up to the task and dream he had in mind for them.
Reacting to this, former manager of the group, KOD said Guru’s decision to bow out of managing the group has vindicated him, he told
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