Bahati and Willy Paul have been making headlines for their controversies when it comes to gospel.
Despite many saying they have changed how they used to do music when they started the two kinda poofs this by doing collabo and signing contracts with secular musicians.
Well one award winning gospel singer Daddy Owen decided to say on what he thinks about why they were not included in the groove awards list which is a gospel award giving group.
According to Daddy Owen, there could be a number of reasons why the former big winners at previous Groove Awards have been locked out.
“Maybe this was their plan all along, not to be caught in Groove Awards, or they are changing what they are doing, or they feel that they are right and other people are wrong,” he said.
He further noted that true gospel music contributes to an artist’s longevity in the industry.
“The difference is if you do true gospel music, you’re always there, longevity, no one can beat you on that,” he added, citing Mercy Masika.
He concluded: “Let people judge you on your content and not sideshows because they are very expensive, and one day they will work against you and people will never believe you. You can’t maintain or sustain your career with sideshows. That’s the problem.”