- Music group Wutah is said to be dead and will never be ‘resurrected’ again
- One of the duo who made the group, Kobby, confirmed this
- The group had broken up and made up for the second time, but Kobby believes this time is forever
- He warned that he would not want people calling him to make peace with his former half Afriyie anymore
One of the group members of Wutah, Kobby, has confirmed that the music group is dead and will never come back again.
The formerly vibrant hip-life group Wutah had Kobby and Afriyie making good hit songs for Ghanaians.
They were loved by many as a group, when they released songs like Goosy Gander, Burning Desire, and many others.
In a news programme monitored by YEN.com.gh on GHOne TV, Kobby stressed that the group was dead and can never ever function again.
He added that he would not want people calling him in attempts to make peace between him and Afriyie because he was done with him too.
According to Kobby, even if he is asked to join Afriyie on stage for a performance, he would decline because he does not want to have anything doing with his formerly good friend.
He, however, failed to tell what the problem was between them.
“Listen to me everybody. Wutah is dead and dead for good. I am Kobby, call me Kobby, and I don’t want anyone calling me about the group or Afriyie. It is dead and dead for good. I have gone solo and will do my own songs,” Kobby emphasised.
The group had gone its separate ways years ago and reunited in 2017.
Their reunion brought out a hit song for them Bronya, which even earned a nomination at the 2018 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.
During their first break-up, Kobby released a song Tsotsoo which never made any impact on the airwaves.
Afriyie, on the other hand, released Love of My Life, a song which became an instant hit.
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