Gospel minister, Bro. Sammy talks about the popular and heated enmity between him and Ernest Opoku. Moreover, he revealed that they intentionally planned the beef for hype. The beef was for a song
He made these revelations in an interview with Multimedia’s MzGee. Furthermore, he made the observation that the Ghana music industry is quite a difficult one to penetrate through. Also, before one can make some name for him or herself, he needs a lot of capital injection.
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Therefore, if there’s no capital of about Gh100,000 or more, then the second most viable way to trend and get the needed hype for a song you are about to release is by causing some controversy. This attracts the attention of the media.
The host asked Sammy if he felt it was right to engage in a beef with another gospel musician just like the musicians in the secular industry do. However, he gave a very emphatic yes answer. Bro. Sammy made the shocking revelation that secular musicians even copied the manner of beefing from them