A FEMALE gospel musician has fired a salvo at colleague Ernest Opoku over his critique after she performed for an alcoholic beverage company.
Anita Afriyie claims some male gospel musicians, including Opoku, who act ‘holier than thou’ are ‘snakes under grass’.
Her comment comes after Opoku described her as a “hypocrite’ for performing at ‘Adonko Bash’, a show to promote Adonko bitters, on Easter Monday at the Kumasi Sports Stadium.
Opoku said that conduct of promoting alcohol consumption, especially among the youth,
had brought the name of the industry into disrepute.
But in a rebuttal, Afriyie, on Adom FM’s entertainment show ‘Adom Entertainment Hall’, said Opoku and his cohorts lack the moral right to criticize her.
She explained that majority of the male gospel musicians engage in amorous relationships “but pretend to be holier than Jesus Christ.”
The “Adehye Mogya” hit maker, when asked by show host, Mike 2, to provide evidence, said, “give me just two weeks and I will expose them.
“They should watch out for me; I will come back for them.”
Afriyie maintained that she rather win more souls for Christ after performing at the Adonko Bash.