The gospel industry, which is supposed to be filled with those who sing to the glory of God and win souls for him, is instead one of the industries most plagued with accusations of black magic usage.
Every once in a while we hear accusations from one gospel singer against the other, claiming that they are using ‘juju’ to try and stop their shine.
Apparently, we have a gospel industry where rivalries get so intense they try to kill each other.
Gospel singer Gifty Osei has recently alleged that her colleague, Cecilia Marfo, tried to kill her using ‘juju’.
As we reported a few days ago, one of the singer’s junior pastors revealed that she uses ‘juju’ to try and get rid of her competitors in the industry by writing their names on notes of money and burying them.
Osei has revealed she believes Cecilia Marfo tried to get rid of her as narrated by her junior pastor. According to her, the singer/prophetess believed that Gifty was ‘blocking her shine’ in the industry and thus she did all she could to get rid of her.
“A colleague gospel musician wrote my name on a GHS50 note and buried it. Do you know who that person is? Cecilia Marfo,” she said on Happy Fm.
“Cecilia was asked what her problems were during a church service and she mentioned me as her problem. I was shocked when her assistant Pastor made this statement in his audio,” she added.
So far Marfo has not publicly addressed the accusations that despite claiming to be a prophetess, she’s actually involved in using ‘juju’.