Gospel Artists Flaunting Their Mansions, Cars Not Good - Anita Afriyie
By Isccagh | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 1 views
Gospel Artists Flaunting Their Mansions, Cars Not Good’- Anita Afriyie
The practice whereby some gospel artists flaunt their properties just like their colleagues from the divide-Hiplife and HipHop artists do has been condemned by Gospel star Anita Afriyie.
Speaking exclusively to blogger Zion Felix on his Uncut interview show, Anita Afriyie said God detests such ‘unholy’ acts and it’s high time those who do that stopped right away.
Anita also talked about how some of her colleagues create sensationalism and fake news just to trend. Ghanaian Gospel Musician Anita Afriyie has advised the Gospel Musicians that they should stop showing their cars, house and mansion on the social media. According to the female Gospel Musician Anita Afriyie she said has a gospel musican you have to live a good life for others to follow. Most of the gospel musican in the country are leaving a fake life
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