Many gospel artists find it hard to dress in any kind of outfit fearing that their fans will heavily criticize them. Fans associate gospel artists with some kind of "holiness" and when it comes to dressing, many want them to have long well fitting dresses.
Womanhood is supposed to be respected with dignity but these days it is being abused with the sight for women dressing and exposing their bodies for all to see including their children. The way and manner people dress indecently is alarming these days; you see women, youths, young and old, even children dressing as it they do not care about protecting their bodies.
In this article, I will be showing you 4 gospel singers that got criticized and the reasons behind it.
1) Size 8- After her husband DJ Moh shared a selfie in a short mini skirt outfit, the mother of three received backlash from her fans. Many followers slammed size 8, arguing she's losing respect as a gospel singer and should go back to wearing her regular lengthy dresses.
2) Babeth- The Congolese gospel singer recently shared a photo in which she encouraged followers to enjoy their natural black melanin tone. Fans, on the other hand, slammed the attire, arguing it was unnecessary for her purpose to advocate for black people's rights. She dresses hot not minding she's a gospel singer, she wears a lot of revealing outfits.
3) Niccah—Niccah has been chastised in practically all of her posts. Fans have complained that she dresses inappropriately for a Christian girl and that she should repent and start wearing long gown that will cover her body. Regardless of being a gospel singer niccah love dressing hot.
4) Pinela Justina- The Tanzanian gospel singer has been harassed by fans who allege she wears tight clothing to church services and other events on purpose.
What's your own should be people be criticised because of their dressing code.
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