Piesie Esther has claimed that the Gospel fraternity lacks true love and only practices hypocrisy. The singer of the hit song “Waye Me Yei” was a guest on Accra 100.5FM’s midday show today, Tuesday, October 3, 2023, when she was questioned about the love that gospel musicians have for one another.
Esther posed the initial query. is complex. She continued, “I used to say there was no love among gospel acts, and I haven’t changed my mind about that.
She said, however, that after giving it some thought, she had realized the circumstance was typical of anything involving “a lot of people.”
Thus, as the multiple award-winning singer-songwriter explained, someone may wish for or attempt to ruin anything that benefits or draws attention to another.
It is a human characteristic, and as a result, you don’t perceive the love, she said. Though we may perceive it on the outside, I can assure you that it is lacking on the inside.
She emphasized that it was completely nonexistent while wagging her right index finger.
The gospel singer, who appeared to be upset, implied that if she were to respond to any of the nasty things spoken about her, she would completely reject them and “walk past” her fans.
Despite everything that was said, she asserted, “Thanks to Jesus Christ, I overlook all these things, see my fellows, and smile at them.”
In my opinion, Piesie stated, “It’s okay to handle things like this,” bolstered by the knowledge that she only needs to spend a brief amount of time with these individuals.
I do not live with them. After our time together, I might never run into them again, she remarked. She clarified that her acts are not motivated by retaliation but rather by a pure heart, and that this posture is beneficial to me.
She concurred with her host Nana Romeo that, in line with the Ghanaian proverb, from a distance, the gospel stars appear to be a forest, but upon closer inspection, it is evident that each of them is a single tree in its respective place.