Kuami Eugene spells out the meaning of the “Wele Sebe Kontomire” he used in his Open Gate song

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Ghanaian singer Kuami  Eugene has explained the meaning of the “Wele Sebe Kontomire” line he used in his latest track, Open Gate.

This particular line has faced many criticisms after Kuami Eugene became winner of the artiste of the year tittle. The current artiste of the year’s Open Gate” hit the streets early last month and began to bloom. The song went under serious scrutiny the moment Kuami Eugene was declared VGMA’s Artiste of the year. Many who believed he did not merit the award made mention of this line in the song just to prove that he lacks good lyrics.

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In a very recent interview on TV Africa, the Rockstar outlined that, that portion of the song is not gibberish but it is just that people do not understand. He further explained that “Wele Sebe Kontmire” is a popular attribute given to the walking of a good looking woman with a weighty behind. He mentioned that when he was but a child, “Wele Sebe Kontomire” was the song they sang whenever they saw a woman walking with a huge backside just to imitate her movement.

According to him, the Open Gate track is about a well-endowed woman who is getting married and asked them to open the gate for her so she could do the “Wele Sebe Kontomire” as she walks down the aisle.

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