Reggae gospel artiste, Akesse Brempong has come back strongly at music producer Roro Buddy for comments he made about urban gospel musicians.
Roro had called some urban gospel musicians hypocrites for living sinful lives that neither tally with their songs or what the Bible preaches.
Roro’s said, “They call it urban gospel, meanwhile they don’t act like Christians, men braiding their hair and living ungodly lives. Don’t joke with God.”
Following these assertions, Akesse Brempong has attacked Roro, calling his submissions offensive to the urban gospel genre.
He voiced out to Sammy Flex on Zylofon 102.1FM, “I don’t agree with some of the things he said. Urban Gospel is a reputable genre of music whether he likes it or not.”
Meanwhile, Akesse says just like Buddy, he shares a similar opinion that, gospel musicians should be bound by the rules of the Bible.
“The Bible advises us on our clothing as well as our moral values. It is true that our way of life should project true Christianity”, he stated.
However, the “Roar” singer says he draws the line, when Roro Buddy’s submission seems to dent the image of Urban gospel.
Akesse Brempong is well known for his superb control over Gospel reggae in Ghana, with nation wide recognition and awards both locally and internationally over the years.