Most Ghanaian Gospel Musicians Rely On "Juju" To Stay Relevant — OJ Reveals

There is ‘black magic’ (juju) in the gospel music industry to bring down gospel musicians according to gospel musician Michael Oware Sakyi popularly known in Showbiz as OJ.
According to the “Etsen” hitmaker, most Ghanaian gospel musicians rely solely on “juju” in order to stay relevant and also have hit songs.

OJ disclosed that a colleague musician once took his music to a shrine just to bring him down.
OJ who appeared on Stacy’s “Restoration” show answered in affirmative, “Of course there is. They do it. Somebody has done that to me before,” on the question of whether some gospel musicians rely on “juju” to stay relevant or to bring their colleague down.

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Pushed to the wall on how he got to know about gospel musicians relying on “juju”, he responded;
“It was revealed through prayer and three prophets confirmed it. They hadn’t seen it, I had not told them anything and they told me how the person was going to be disgraced and truthfully the person has been disgraced.”

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“People have very funny reasons for doing things. Some of us what we are doing is a calling and it is a covenant that my grandfather had with God to give him somebody like this the family. I don’t struggle to write my songs. I can’t run with Usain Bolt,” he concluded.


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