Kuami Eugene finally explains his “Wele, Sebe, Kontomire” line in Open Gate song

Rockstar Kuami Eugene has finally explained his “Wele, Sebe, Kontomire” line in his Open Gate song.

Speaking in a tête-à-tête with Ghanaian popular comic star, Kwadwo Sheldon, he noted that “Wele, Sebe, Kontomire” line connotes one of the most sought after body parts of a woman — that’s the buttocks.

He explained that the singing of the words Wele, Sebe, Kontomire gives an idea of how the backside of a woman rhythmically bounces when a woman is walking.

Listen to Kuami Eugene do his explanations below:

The ‘Angela’ hitmaker before this explanation did so previously on TV Africa.

He said the ‘Wele, Sebe, Kontomire’ lyrics in the song is a pure attribute of a woman with big booty. According to him, the lyrics are rhythmical to the walking of women with big Asses.

“So now a quick one, imagine any friend, lover or any random lady you know with fat ass walking. At every step, one butt shakes, good! Did you get it? I like how you are flowing with me. Next step, sing the ‘Wele, Sebe, Kontomire’ line in your head as she walks to the tune. Afa! You see it’s ‘flowing’ with her walking”

Explaining further, the reigning VGMA Artiste of the Year said; “The ‘Wele, Sebe, Kontomire’ explains the features of a beautiful lady. When a woman is walking and her back shakes we used to in the olden days to sing the ‘Wele, Sebe, Kontomire’,

And I added in the music since it’s related to marriage, the bride will walk on the aisle in a manner that he(husband) in the song will want to see like how the lyric goes”.