Per the instructions in the Christian sacred book otherwise known as the Holy Bible, Christians not excluding gospel acts are supposed to be more tolerating and loving irrespective of the background of those they come into contact with.
But someway somehow, it’s like Christians today specially gospel musicians in Ghana only preach virtue in their songs but practice vice. Simply put, majority of our gospel musicians don’t practice what they profess or preach in their inspiring songs.
Well, Minister Samuel SÉY, a sensational Gospel musician based in UK but currently in Ghana, in a virtual interview with DJ Budah on New Mighty FM’s entertainment segment recounted how his colleagues in the industry have been very hostile towards him.
When he was asked by the host (DJ Budah) if there’s brotherly love among the gospel musicians and more importantly his relationship with other musicians, Samuel SÉY’s response shocked the listeners who called after the program. Samuel SÉY shockingly voiced that;
“To be frank, I see this brotherly love among those doing secular music ( Hiplife, Hilife, Hip-hop, etc) more than those doing Gospel. Personally, I’ve met a lot of top-notch Gospel musicians who failed to respond to my greetings. When they see that you’ve too much grace and talent, they don’t want to associate themselves with you for reasons best known to them”.
Besides, Mister Samuel SÉY who’s well-known for “Kronkron” song talked about how some have shunned his collaboration proposals and all that. Nonetheless, he used the opportunity to advise that gospel musicians should be more tolerating by living according to their words in music. “For how do you tell someone to love his neighbor and even his enemy as himself and you do the opposite in real life”?, he quizzed.
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