Highlife singer Kuami Eugene says he was unaffected financially by the effect of the coronavirus pandemic on the music industry.
Speaking on Hitz FM today, the ‘Wish Me Well’ singer said the ban on social gatherings which has affected travel, shows and events did not have any effect on his finances as he had endorsement deals coming his way.
“God has a way he takes care of his children, Itel just extended my contract and I have been going all over Africa, I have been in Burkina Faso, to Ivory Coast and to Togo, they extended my contract and its bigger money even now.
I just got signed on to ‘Adonko Next Level’ energy drink as well, so big money is coming even more than when there was no Coronavirus,” he told host Andy Dosty.
Speaking on how he handles his finances, the Lynx Entertainment signee stated that he has taken on a private finance expert who manages his expenditure and handles his investments.