If Kuami Eugene’s attempt is disqualified, Afua Asantewaa Aduonum, who hopes to set a new record for the longest singing marathon, says she should take the blame.
The Ghanaian journalist who is now an entrepreneur revealed how Kuami Eugene’s surprise appearance at the event center during the singing marathon affected her, despite her admiration for the Highlife singer.
Afua revealed that she had misplaced the lyrics to Kuami Eugene’s verse in Sista Afia’s song “Asuoden,” which features Kuami Eugene.
“Kuami Eugene is my crush. That guy came, and I forgot my lyrics. I said to myself that he was going to disturb me with his presence. If Guinness people do not give me the record, it is Kuami Eugene.
My husband knows I have a crush on him, so when he got there, I said he shouldn’t have been there. I couldn’t remember his lyrics to ‘Asuoden.’ I just like him,” She said in a lighthearted way in a Hitz FM interview.
Afua Asantewaa, who is yet to receive acknowledgment from Guinness World Records for her singathon attempt, discloses that if she gets disqualified, it will be as a result of Ghanaian musician Kuami Eugene, who happens to be her crush. pic.twitter.com/j5b4aOrKtm
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Afua Asantewaa Aduonum set out on December 24, 2023, with the goal of breaking the record for the longest singing marathon, which is set to end on December 27, 2023. The previous record was held by Sunil Waghmare, who sang for 105 hours in 2012.
Afua Asantewaa finished her attempt on December 29, 2023, setting a new record with an astounding 126 hours and 52 minutes.
Afua Asantewaa Aduonum, recently revealed that the night before the attempt to set a record for the longest singathon, her home was broken into.
Afua Aduonum revealed in an exclusive interview with GHOne TV’s Gh Today that she wasn’t happy the night her singathon started.
She mentioned that the night before the attempt to set a new Guinness World Record, an unidentified attacker broke into her married home. She revealed that she was lucky that the thieves had left no valuables behind.
Afua Asantewaa revealed that she and her family were forced to stay in a hotel after the robbery, and they left after the sing-a-thon was over.