Like I posted earlier on, that Ghanaians are yet to be entertained this time not from the dancehall artistes but from gospel side after the so-called Kumasi based gospel singer, Brother Sammy a.k.a ‘Nsem Fuu’ released a heavy gospel diss song full of insults.
This, however, has reached the ears of the country’s gospel singers union and has, therefore, called their colleague Brother Sammy to order.
In an interview on Adom Fm, the union which were included Nobel Nketiah, O.J. and Jack Alolome said that, for brother Sammy to use the name of the Highest God to insult someone especially saying ‘tongues’ in a diss song is a clear indication of insult to God, to the entire gospel singers of Ghana and must apologise for releasing such nonsensical gospel song to disgrace their work.
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They explained that, gospel song should be unique, must be able to draw people closer to God and inspire the listeners unlike dancehall where Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy can exchange diss words.