Indeed, behind every successful man, there’s always a women. That woman may be your wife, sister, aunt, or mother.
Well, for the man behind the ‘Angela’ song, his mother has been his pillar in his career. As such, the Lynx entertainment artiste did not waste time in dedicating his awards at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards to his mum.
Kuami Eugene took to his Instagram page after the awards to appreciate his mother for all her support.
The ‘Confession’ crooner shared a photo of him with the awards he bagged at the just ended VGMAs. Beneath the photos, are his words of appreciation to his beloved mother.
“Mama, ever since I was a little kid, I wanted to make you proud. I know I put you through a lot of sh!t; I’m sorry the calling was loud. Your Son Is A Star Now. #MamaIMadeIt #RockStar.”
From his caption, Kuami Eugene obviously recognizes the immense contributions his mother has made in his life to make him what he is now.
Meanwhile, Kuami had in an earlier interview on GHONE TV revealed that he was a very stubborn child whiles growing up. He added that, his stubborness nearly nearly killed his mother, just like any other mother feels about her child.
According to Kuami Eugene, He recounted how he took french leave from school to town at a time that his mother thought that he was in school.
He said he went to live with one music producer in the Eastern Region all because he wanted to pursue his music career.
When his mom got wind of the fact that her son had left school, she became worried. Her worries however, turned into depression when he was later expelled from the school.
It seems amidst all these, Kuami made a promise to his mother to become a star and make her proud someday.
And surely, he has indeed not disappointed the mother with the path he chose.
He may not have completed his senior high school education as the mother had anticipated. However, his tenacity, fortitude and guts have really paid. Kuami is now a “Rockstar” who many youngsters out there are looking up to.
We believe his mum is surely proud of her son and all those enemies who might have badmouthed him during those tough times are burying their heads in shame now.
Kuami Eugene, Born Eugene Marfo won the New Artiste of the Year, and the High life Artist of the year at the 2018 VGMAs.