Songstress Joyce Blessing has confirmed to Hitz FM morning show host, Andy Dosty that her former manager, Kwasi Ernest has gone for the cash he paid her for the ‘Bliss On The Hills’ gospel event which happened on Christmas Day in Abetifi.
Zionfelix.net days back reported about Ernest taking the refund from Zylofon Media, management of the gospel artiste since the minstrel could not perform at the event but he denied the news minutes later. Joyce speaking on Hitz FM Wednesday morning stated that she was not around when the refund was made to the boss of Media Excel Production so cannot speak much about the transaction.
The Boot 4 Boot singer continued that she has also not called her former manager to inquire why he went for the cash after she had the information days ago. Joyce who agrees with Kwasi Ernest’s policy that an individual needs not to be paid for a work not done added that there is no need in questioning him about the move because Zylofon Media, her record label has already paid back the cash.
She later asked the show host to contact Bull Dog who works at Zylofon Media for more information about the refund since she was absent at the time the company was paying him the cash.
“If he did not need the money, he would not have gone for it so there is no need in questioning him about it.” Joyce Blessing told Andy Dosty.
Asked if she will agree to be on any other show organised by her former boss, the gospel singer answered yes.
Joyce Blessing and her crew involved in a gory accident at Teacher Mantey in the Easter Region on Christmas Day when traveling to Abetifi for the gospel edition of the three-day Bliss on The Hills Concert. This unfortunate incident stopped the gospel musician from continuing her journey to the event which was ongoing at the time they had the crash.