Joey B says he stopped going to church because people worry him with photos

Joey B says he stopped going to church because people worry him with photos

- Joey B says he has stopped going to church though he remains a Christian

- This is because members of the congregation worry him too much with photos

- He said many people rush to him to take photos and come back to say they want more photos

- Joey B says this makes him lose focus, for which reason he decided to stop going to church

Ghanaian musician Joey B has revealed that he had to stop going to church due to photo pressure.

According to him, the church members were fond of rushing to him at church to take photos with him.

He added that some of the people go and come back many times to take more photos with him because they want “nicer” ones, adding that the photos they took earlier were not beautiful.

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The musician said this was a big distraction to him at church, making him lose focus.

For this reason, the Tonga hitmaker said he stopped going to church altogether and planned to worship God at home.

Joey B was reportedly speaking in an interview on Joy FM as contained in reports sighted by YEN.com.gh on social media.

I don’t go to church anymore because all the people want is to take pictures with me. They come back and say this picture is not nice, I want a new one.”

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He added that he is a great Christian who prays a lot and worships with the bible on his phone.

They make me lose focus, and so I finally decided to stop going to church and worship God at home,” Joey B said.

Meanwhile, Joey B has been in the news recently following reports that Sarkodie’s security man sacked him when he wanted to see his colleague musician.

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