For the longest time the Gospel Industry in Kenya has always been faced with many controversies. Several Gospel artists have quitted the Gospel Industry to being a Secular artist. Some of the artists who have shifted from the gospel industry include Weezdom, Bahati and several other artists.
Weezdom revealed that the Gospel Industry is filled with hypocrisy. This is because Gospel artists are highly judged and that if one makes a mistake one will tend to hide it so that he or she doesn't ruin her reputation. Bahati even later admitted that he failed to acknowledge his first born daughter because of how she feared what the Gospel Industry would say to him if they found out Bahati had sired a child outside wedlock.
Ringtone has also revealed that nowadays being a Gospel artist is not paying as Kenyans have stopped being hypocritical. Ringtone has revealed that once Gospel artists release songs they no longer get people's support in terms of views and that is why they are suffering because without views they will not make much impact. Ringtone added that very soon there will no be Gospel artists. See how Kenyans have Reacted to Ringtone's post below.
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