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Most Gospel Musicians Are ‘Hypocrites’ – Bulldogg

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The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of BullHaus Entertainment, Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson known in showbiz as Bulldog has said that most of Ghanaian gospel musicians are ‘hypocrites’.

Speaking on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM, the former manager of Shatta Wale asserted that a larger crop of the gospel musicians refrain from speaking their minds to better the country hence soaked in ‘hypocrisy’.

He believes gospel musicians across the country portray the ‘holier-than-thou’ attitude hence leaving the secular musicians to address matters that affect the society.

“Most of them (gospel musicians) are like us in the secular business -hypocrites. They can’t speak their minds. They have never used their music to influence us positively…” he told host, Andy Dosty.

He continued that, “There are a lot things going on in this country that I feel they should be able to sing, preach about and be controversial about. From politics to sports or whatever, but they do nothing. It’s the secular music guys who tend to come out sometimes to speak about the ills in society…” he maintained.

In spite of this, Bulldog advised various gospel artistes to review and understand the showbiz industry as a business entity with lot of controversial concerns.

“Jesus was a controversial character, he defied all odds. They have gotten it wrong. Christianity is a huge and radical business and if you can’t be radical you should forget it. They use the word of God to intimidate and be timid…” he advised.

“If they want to be controversial doing gospel music, they should actually preach, push and fight for the agenda of the word. People died for it. Jesus Christ died for it…” he maintained.

Derrick Asare is an Editor for Xbitgh. He love Music, going to the movies, making friends, web designer, computer science major.

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‘Find yourself a job and stop criticizing Shatta Wale’- Rosemond Brown jabs Achipalago

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It has become apparent that Kumawood actress and video vixen, Rosemond Brown does not want the ‘moments’ to slide without getting involved and putting herself in the spotlight.

In the ensuing war of words between friends-turned-enemies; Shatta Wale and Achipalago, the actress has cautioned the latter to get preoccupied with a job so he would stop insulting Shatta Wale any chance he gets.

Rosemond’s warning is in response to attacks the ‘Ayo’ hitmaker has suffered after he innocently shared a video himself getting a haircut in the salon.

The video went viral for the wrong reasons as many are mocking Shatta Wale for having eczema around his neck area.

In the video, Achipalago wondered why Shatta Wale, who flaunts his wealth on social media could not afford to acquire good skincare products.

Rosemond Brown however thinks, Achipalago’s concerns reek of jealousy and has adviced him to find something better doing with his time.

She went on to caution him to desist from commenting on issues relating to Shatta Wale and asked that he gets a job to while away the excess time he obviously has.

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