There have been growing concerns regarding how gospel musicians are treated by churches in Ghana when it comes to performing for them.
A lot of people have said gospel musicians are poor because their number one patrons – the churches – don't pay for their services.
However, Rev. Edwin Dadson, a music pastor and worship leader at Christ Temple of (ICGC) disagrees that gospel musicians are poor and hungry.
Speaking on Joy FM's Showbiz A-Z on Saturday, he stated, that "it is because they believe in heavenly blessings does not necessarily mean gospel artistes are poor".
He further explained that heavenly blessings do not mean they carry out their duties for free; stating that if it's business then it's strictly business and hence the demand of their charges after performances.
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