If you have never seen gospel star Joyce Blessing beautifully dressed in a ‘Kaba and Slit’ on stage ministering, then you might not get the chance to see that moment because she has vowed never to repeat it after she felt uncomfortable in them days back at a church program.
The minstrel who is always seen in trousers on stage in a Facebook post said she will not worry herself wearing ‘Kaba and slit’ again because she is not able to perform on stage the way she wants whenever she’s wearing one.
She asked the general public to stop chastising female gospel musicians for wearing trousers for their performances because it helps their movements on stage whenever they are performing.
Joyce Blessing revealed that she has no problem wearing the African print to a special occasion where she will not mount stage to minister but for a concert where she has to lead multitude before the presence of God, she will not wear it.
This is how uncomfortable some Ghanaians want female Gospel musicians to look on stage while performing because we criticize that wearing trousers is a sin. I decided to wear “kaba and slit” for performance and I can’t even make a simple move😌😌. As an African, I love to wear this African print on a normal occasion but not for performance. Permit some of us pls🙏
We are being too dogmatic! Let’s Free our minds sometimes and face the reality 🙏
stillunbreakable #REPENT #onceagain’ Joyce Blessing wrote in the post Zionfelix.net sighted.
Joyce Blessing has been heavily criticized for her constant wearing of trousers for stage performances. Critics who have talked against her fashion for shows believe a gospel artiste need not to appear on stage in a manner.