- Gospel musician Patience Nyarko has walked out of an interview
- This was because she was being interviewed about her comments on Joe Mettle
- She warned that the presenter should not push her and walked out
- The musician had earlier said Joe Mettle was being overhyped for no reason
Gospel musician Patience Nyarko has intensified her feud with her colleague Joe Mettle by walking out of an interview where she was asked about him.
Nyarko was asked if she could list any songs of Joe Mettle, but she hesitated to answer.
She was then asked by the presenter if she knows the popular gospel song Bo Noo Ni which means, when translated, It is You, Nyarko answered in the affirmative.
She then asked the presenter if that is why people say Joe Mettle has 40 songs and hype him.
“Don’t push me,” Patience Nyarko warned the presenter with her index finger and walked out on her.
Her action has surprised many people who have made their own conclusions about the development.
Others have argued that the question asked her was useless and merited her actions.
Naa, for instance, said it was useless for Multimedia to have asked Patience Nyarko that question:
Nana also agreed that it was a useless question:
David, however, observed that “Nyarko’s utterances are different from the spirit of the truth”:
Gabby said Nyarko is arrogant and that tells a lot of about her true identity:
Moda also believes Patience Nyarko needs help:
Ekua said Nyarko was doing that to stay relevant:
There are many of such differing views from Ghanaians on the development.
Patience Nyarko had earlier said Ghanaians were hyping Joe Mettle for nothing.
According to her, Mettle has no talent and only samples Pentecostal hymnals, yet Ghanaians keep hyping him.
Nyarko stressed that that action by his fans could lead the musician into trouble.
Joe Mettle, on the other hand, has remained silent on the attack and treatment being meted out to him by his colleague.
He shared a post amid the attack and his reaction got fans praising him as a humble soul.
Others advised him never to respond to Patience Nyarko because she does not deserve her attention.
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