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I Regret Signing And Investing In Wutah – Guru Laments



Widely acknowledged Ghanaian rapper and CEO of NKZ Records, Guru, has expressed regret over his decision to sign the popular music duo, Wutah and investing in their music career.
In a recent interview, Guru stated emphatically that his investment in the career of Wutah turned out to be a wasted investment.
Addressing the numerous speculations about conflicts between the Wutah group members, Afriyie and Kobby, during their time under his label, the “Piolet Swag” hitmaker confirmed the rumours and compared such discrepancies to the occasional banter that even occur among siblings.
Guru further elaborated on the challenges he faced while managing Wutah, admitting that there were concurrent disputes between them that made their management a difficult one.
He also admitted that he noticed warning signs before signing the music duo, but he decided to ignore them, believing in the potential of the bigger picture.
The rapper explained that, at the time, he felt no other record label would have supported the brand like he did.
Guru went further to explain that while he foresaw future disagreements within the famous music group, he didn’t anticipate that they would occur during the peak of the popularity of their massive hit song “Bronya,” when it was time to capitalize on their success.
He went on to state that as a result of the ongoing tensions between Afriyie and Kobby Wutah, he was compelled to refund payments for numerous shows even when the song was gaining massive attention and they had several performance opportunities.
Reflecting on his investment in the music group, Guru regretfully admitted that it didn’t yield the anticipated returns adding that it felt like a wasted effort.
Nevertheless, the talented rapper stated that despite not reaping any tangible profits, he continues to earn some income from the song.
Guru further revealed that he invested in two expensive music videos for the hit track, which still generates an appreciable amount of income for him till today via YouTube and other notable music streaming platforms.

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