I Feel Sorry For The Next Generation – Gospel singer Bernard Amankwah

1 min


Ghanaian gospel artiste Bernard Amankwah has aired his disappointment in the fight to restore decency in the entertainment industry.

READ ALSO: Nana Ama McBrown Finally Reacts To Archipalago’s Claim That She’s ‘Dumb’

In an interview with Graphic Showbiz, he said it seems decency in the entertainment industry has been lost because up and coming artistes especially females resort indecency to get famous.

READ ALSO: Shatta Bandle Chills In Nigeria – Spotted Having Quality Time With Rudeboy

On singer Feli Nuna’s comments on Peace FM’s Entertainment Review that she’s not getting support because her brand doesn’t create controversies, Amankwa said he understands her gripe.

“I could feel the young lady’s pain and disappointment when I listened to her but I know there are many others like herself who genuinely want fame to do good things but they don’t get it.

“We are at a point where young ladies, in their quest for attention, don’t mind showing their underwear to the world.

“Interestingly, these same people who are expected to be condemned, will rather get all the hype and attention creating the unpopular perception that it is the way to go. Sincerely, I dread for the next generation because things are rapidly getting out of hand now,” he stated.

SOURCE: Ghanacelebrities.com


Bless Awuku

Bless Awuku is a young lady in her mid 20s who loves life, God, reading and writing. She is a graduate of the African University College of Communications with a degree in Communication Studies.