When we all thought the VGMAs bribery allegation against gospel musicians by George Quaye was over, Bro. Sammy says we should spare him few minutes to give his take on it.
The worshipper says he sees nothing wrong with his colleagues persuading award organisers to act in their favour by a gift of money or other inducements. The musician in an interview with Dave Hammer on Hello FM said when gospel musician wins the award, it opens bigger opportunities for the artiste to win more souls for Christ so he sees nothing wrong when a fellow offer a bribe to win an award.
Bro. Sammy who admitted that he has not come across a colleague paying bribe to win award made it clear that it is not a sin for gospel musicians to give an inducement for awards. He explained that secular musicians always win most awards so he sees nothing wrong if a gospel musician can pay to beat them.
“I’ve not seen a gospel musician paying bribe but it is not a sin when someone pays bribe. The secular musicians mostly win all the awards so if someone can pay for gospel artistes to sweep most of the plaques, it is beneficial.
The Bible says money can do everything so if someone will pay just for gospel to top the awards, it is good.” Sammy opined.
Zionfelix.net is reliably informed that Bro. Sammy is out with a new album titled “Nyame Ne Hene”.
EnterGhana.com | Credit: Zionfelix.com | Gospel musicians paying bribe to win award not a sin – Bro Sammy