Ghanaian musician, Kuami Eugene, 20, has revealed the only advice his mother ever gave him about women.
Kuami Eugene, who made an appearance on the ‘Tonight Show’on Joy Prime told host Andrew Andoh Adote that, though his mother “never talked about women” with him, she once advised him never to attack ladies.
He stated: “My mother thinks she has thought me a lot, to know my way around ladies. All she ever told me about a girl is not to attack ladies.”
The “Angela” hit-maker who comes from a very difficult background was forced to rely on his musical talents at an early age; after he was expelled from high school. He gave some insight into what it has been like growing up as a young man.
“When I was 16 thereabout, my mother couldn’t even buy me a computer. I remember when I was in school; I used to borrow laptops to learn to produce. So I have the software on a pen drive, when I come to your house and you have a computer, real quick I install it and start playing something. When I was 17, my mum bought me a system unit but couldn’t afford the monitor,” the young musician revealed.
Check out the full interview below: