Finest Ghanaian musical duo Dope Nation, Composed of identical twins, Micheal Boafo, popularly known as B2, and Tony Boafo, known as Twist, credited with hit songs like Zanku and Confam, has taken the airwave with a ‘blow’ reply to Kuami Eugene.
Kuami Eugene who happened to be their former label mate, in an earlier interview expressed his pleasure over the duo’s departure.
“they have been able to muster courage and be on their own, may God help them and I am so happy for them,”
“what would be shared among four boys will be shared among two boys.” he said.
This statement didn’t sit well with the Dope Nation fans, causing a stir on social media.
In an interview on Okay FM, the duo finally gave their well anticipated response.
According to them, Kuami Eugene was the one who called to bid them farewell, reaffirm the fact that they were brothers despite that fact that they were no longer under one umbrella and even asking feature during the call. Which they okay.
They narrated that, they were surprised whiles in the studio one day when their attention was drawn to an interview Kuami Eugene granted to which he made some remarks about their exit, they deemed bad.
The ‘Zanku’ hit makers revealed that Richie, their former boss at Lynx Entertainment, is a mentor and they have actually learnt a lot from him during their time together. They advised that Kuame Eugene should learn how to communicate well.