Nicholas Omane Acheampong spits fire on colleague gospel musicians

Nicholas Omane Acheampong spits fire on colleague gospel musicians

Sensational Ghanaian gospel musician, Nicholas Omane Achemapong, has described the dress and grooming of some female gospel musician as offensive.

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Nicholas Omane Acheampong spits fire on colleague gospel musicians

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The ‘Apor Sor’ singer made a wild remark about his colleague female gospel singers, saying most of them dress like prostitutes.

This is means that those female gospel musicians are not anointed by God, he indicated.

Omane Acheampong was speaking in an interview on J. Life FM’s Chart Show.

According to the ‘Tabitha Kum’ hit maker, these female musicians have turned the gospel music industry into a beauty contest, focussing more on their looks and appearance than their music.

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He reiterated that the dressing style of most of these gospel musician do not reflect the messages they carry in their gospel music.

“Their dressing does not epitomize their message; the gospel music industry has now turned a beauty contest.”

If you watch their music videos you will see their make-up and other things which do not represent what they are preaching.”

“I am sorry to say this but they look like prostitutes; not all of them though, because some of them dress very well,” Omane Acheampong stated.

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This habit by the accused gospel musicians has affected their work as artistes, Omane Acheampong said.

He believes that the year 2017 has not seen any good or major gospel song released because the female gospel musicians are not putting in the efforts expected of them.

I haven’t heard of any good gospel song this whole year. 90% of the songs being released today are just mixtures of old songs,” he stated.

Nicholas Omane Acheampong further advised the female gospel musicians to change from their “bad ways” or else face a hard future.

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