- A Gospel musician, Celestine Donkor, has disclosed that some of her colleagues love controversy
- She added that others also engage in various vices, all of which negatively affect other people
Popular Ghanaian Gospel musician, Celestine Donkor, has in a new video, revealed that some music artistes depend on controversy to ensure the survival of their careers.
According to her, some Gospel musicians are still relevant in the industry because they are able to manipulate controversy to their advantage.
Speaking on “Let’s Talk Showbiz” with Doreen Avio on Joy News, Celestine stated that others are also solely focused on fame and the acquisition of wealth for themselves.
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Yet another group, YEN.com.gh understands, have been in the news for all the wrong reasons; stirring up issues, rather than propagating the Gospel.
She went on to say that some are also engaged in acts such as adultery and backbiting.
“It’s true, it’s happening, it looks like a trend but I see it as something that has existed for long and I always say that the fact that you are a gospel artiste or branded as a gospel artiste does not mean that your mission is to reach out.
No, some are seeing it as a business and an opportunity to be known; to be famous and it all balls down to you being an artiste”, she stated.
She went on to express sadness at the fact that some Gospel artistes therefore draw negative attention to themselves, and this affects the industry as a whole.
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