Gospel musician Brother Sammy has debunked all claims of ever bearing grudge against his colleague in the gospel industry, Ernest Opoku.
The singer in an interview on ‘Anopa Bohye’ on Bohye 95.3FM said there was no iota of truth in the claims, insisting there were mere speculations.
“There was not even a single problem between myself and Ernest Opoku… the public made those speculations. How can gospel musicians bare grudges,” he noted.
Brother Sammy also lamented about the attitude of some people who are burnt on destroying the hard-earned reputation of others. According to him, most people will try to “bring you down to nothing”.
The musician, known for his spirit-filled performances said his songs are timeless and will continue to be relevant.
The ‘Menso Mene Hwan’ hitmaker is all set to launch his new album on November 24, 2019 at Decemso Assemble in Kumasi.
The fact still remains that Brother Sammy has impacted many with his spirit filled songs. However, he has been in the news for many wrong reasons popular amongst them was his controversial song titled “Nsem Foo”.
He received several backlash from a section of the public but he later revealed that his song was released to create a controversy.