Piesie Esther denies reports that she will end her music career if not awarded at the VGMAs

Piesie Esther denies reports that she will end her music career if not awarded at the VGMAs

The management of Piesie Esther, famed Ghanaian gospel artiste has denied rumors that she said she would end her music career if she was not awarded at this year’s Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.

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Days ago, some media sites were awash with rumors that the gospel singer had threatened to quit music if the board failed to honor her at the prestigious awards ceremony to be held at the Accra International Conference Center on April 8.

Piesie Esther debunks rumors she will quit music

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According to a report by Daily Guide Africa, the singer’s management emerged to dispel the reports stating the singer had not granted any interview with any media house hence their surprise at these reports.

In a statement released to the media, they promised the matter would be investigated as they could not fathom where the rumors emerged, and added the necessary actions will taken against the parties involved.

We are sorry for the inconvenience caused and call on everyone to disregard the false story and keep supporting Piesie Esther to continue with the good work she is doing,” the statement added.

In 2016, Piesie Esther, known for her inspirational hit songs such as ‘Apae Ama Me’ (2002), ‘Me Nte Ase’ (2008) and ‘Ziba Beko’ (2011), signed onto Trust Productions, a christian record label.

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