There have been growing concerns regarding how gospel musicians are treated by churches in Ghana when it comes to performing for them.
A lot of people have said gospel musicians are poor because their number one patrons â€“ the churches â€“ donâ€™t pay for their services.
However, Rev. Edwin Dadson, a music pastor and worship leader at Christ Temple of (ICGC) disagrees that gospel musicians are poor and hungry.
Speaking on Joy FMâ€™s Showbiz A-Z on Saturday, he stated, that â€œit is because they believe in heavenly blessings does not necessarily mean gospel artistes are poorâ€.
He further explained that heavenly blessings do not mean they carry out their duties for free; stating that if itâ€™s business then itâ€™s strictly business and hence the demand of their charges after performances.