73 Percent Of Our Gospel Musicians Still Rent Houses, They Are Broke – Brother Sammy Claims

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Controversial Ghanaian gospel musician, Brother Sammy, is in the news once again and this time has exposed his very own colleagues in the music space.

According to Brother Sammy, who prides himself on being The Nation Worshipper, the majority of Ghanaian gospel musicians are very broke, and as a result, they live in rented houses.

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He made this disclosure in an interview with Ruthy, the host of The Dice Show, on SeanCity TV.

He lamented at the rate at which gospel musicians are paid peanuts after delivering a mega performance in big churches to raise huge funds for the church.

READ ALSO: VIDEO: Gospel Musician, Anita Afriyie Allegedly Abandons Her Two Kids In Ghana – Her Husband And Kids Painfully Speak Out

He added that he has refused to go broke despite gospel artists being treated unfairly when it comes to charges, therefore, he has delved into real- estate to be able to amass more wealth and live comfortably.

Bro Sammy used the opportunity to thank Tracey Boakye for showing him the way to enter the real estate business, as according to him, it has helped him as long as his finances are concerned.

Watch the full interview from the link below:

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