In a Facebook post, he wrote that the fact that Kuami Eugene is on top today doesn’t give him the prerogative to disrespect a ‘pace setter’ like Guru.
He wrote: “It’s just unfortunate that such a disparaging thing is emanating from an artist like you Kuami Eugene. You can be disrespectful but not to this extent.
If you are in your prime today , it doesn’t give you the impetus to denigrate a pace setter like Guru”
Speaking further, Ray Moni remarked that he was the one that connected Kuami Eugene to Angel Group of Companies before he got signed in an ambassadorial deal.
“Have you forgotten who introduced you to Dr. Kwaku Oteng? It was through me that you got that ambassadorial deal.”, he wrote.
The angry manager again went ahead to tell Kuami Eugene that Guru didn’t need a collaboration from him because of a hit song but rather, the rapper just appreciates his craft and would love to associate himself to it.
“The betterment of the industry is what we all crave for that’s the reason – like the way Guru admired your craft and wanted to collaborate with you, that’s the same way I also helped you to bag that ambassadorial deal.
In as much as you want to make headlines, you should always show some level of decorous when ever you get the opportunity to vibe about people who have toiled vehemently to give life to the industry which has preempted you to also exhibit your talent”, he wrote in conclusion.