In an exclusive interview on Onua TV’s “Onua Showtime” show, which is hosted by the charismatic Nana Ama Mcbrown, gospel sensation Piesie Esther addressed the recent social media backlash she faced for releasing her song ‘Mo’ shortly after Joyce Blessing’s ‘Victory’ was gaining momentum in the media.
This interview took place on Sunday, October 1, 2023, and shed light on her intentions behind the song’s release.
Social media has been abuzz with speculations and accusations that Piesie Esther intentionally timed the release of ‘Mo’ to overshadow or sabotage Joyce Blessing’s ‘Victory.’
However, during her appearance on the show, Piesie Esther took the opportunity to clarify her stance and set the record straight.
The 2023 Gospel Artist of the Year mentioned that it was never her intention to undermine or sabotage Joyce Blessing‘s success, as many people on social media have tried to suggest.
She went on to explain that the timing of the release was purely coincidental and not a calculated move to overshadow her colleague’s song because she had been procrastinating for a while now; however, when all things fell into their right places this time, the team felt they had to release the song.
Watch Joyce Blessing speak in the video below:
These allegations of ill intentions have been circulating on social media, with fans and followers of both artists passionately debating the issue. Piesie Esther, known for her honesty and genuine approach to her craft, wanted to ensure that her side of the story was heard and understood.
Nana Ama Mcbrown, the host of the show, commended Piesie Esther for addressing the issue openly and honestly. She also took the opportunity to emphasize the importance of unity and support within the gospel music community as she cited instances where there were many gospel hit songs released into the space at the same time.