Thomas Donkor former management member of highlife duo Wutah has rejected claims by Guru that he brought the group together after they went solo.
According to him, it was his effort and some other friends who brought the two artistes together and not the NKZ boss “Guru” as he claims.
Speaking in an interview with Kwame Dadzie on ‘Celebrity Radar’ on Citi FM Wednesday he revealed that both ‘Bronya’ and ‘AK47’ by Wutah were recorded long before the group joined the NKZ Music record.
“I just wanna make it clear that it was a lie that Guru put his career on hold for Wutah. First of all, NKZ didn’t bring back Wutah. Wutah was under a management and working before NKZ came on board later,” he said.
“I and few friends brought back Wutah and we had a couple of shows during the Easter last year at Osino. We did photo shoots and all that,”
“What has he done for the boys? How much did he sign the boys? Does he know the welfare of the boys – how they go to studio, their transportation and other things. Does he know?,” he asked.
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