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Be mindful of your utterances – Afia Owusu tackles Empress Gifty

Host of Xtrends and social media strategist Afia Owusu, has advised Ghanaian gospel musician Empress Gifty to be mindful of her utterance.

According to Afia, writers and bloggers feed on what artiste say whether it’s positive or negative.

Hence artiste can control what should be said or written about them on blogs and websites.

In a conversation with her co host  Jay Kojo Daasebre, on XTrends  a segment on Xzone, Afia Owusu revealed that having the title of a gospel artiste comes with boundaries which is why sensational gospel musician should be mindful of her utterances. 

 

Empress Gifty is often called out over her way of life and the kind of content she creates for social media.

According to some netizens, Empress Gifty doesn’t live the life expected of a gospel singer. She has been criticized for reportedly enhancing her body and wearing what some people describe as ungodly or seductive clothes.

Recently, Empress Gifty, set tongues wagging over her over a video of her flaunting her body and teasing other women who wear waist trainers

Speaking in an interview with Citi TV, the Gospel singer said she has people who in her life who call her order, hence, she doesn’t need advise from fake people on social media. “One person who does that is my husband, and then my mum and my pastor. They understand me very well,” she said.

Maybe people get a little bit confused with the way I approach issues, but that is me, that is my character. I need not fake it; I am a real person… I’m not Holy Spirit, I am not Holy Ghost, I am a human being. As you get orgasm I also get orgasm (laughs). I want you guys to know that I am a human being. As a gospel musician, I have feelings,” she continued.

Asked why she sometimes she responds to negative comments, she said “I don’t respond to critics. You see, I just want them to do the right thing. You take my content, anything you see out there is my content so when you take it, put respect on it because creativity isn’t easy…don’t disrespect my content”.

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