Legendary High Life musician Paulina Oduro has stated categorically that female gospel musicians in Ghana don’t really depict what they stand for so far as that genre is concern.
She said, majority of them just proclaim to be gospel musicians but their lifestyles are way different from what a genuine Gospel Musician should portray.
Mrs Oduro who was a guest cook on actress Nana Ama Mcbrown’s show dubbed ‘Mcbrown’s Kitchen’ felt devastated and disappointed at how some of these gospel musicians behave behind the scene and she wish they call themselves circular musicians.
According to her, some female gospel musicians live a every bad lifestyle behind the cameras but behave like angels when they appear in the public domain so people shouldn’t believe whatever they see about them in the media for they are fake.
Mcbrown’s Kitchen shows on UTV every Sunday from 4pm-5pm.