Gospel music pays, look at Willy Paul, Bahati, Ringtone and Gloria Muliro they are all going places and flaunting machines. Currently, Bahati is in a tour in the United States doing shows.
Due to their status they lead flashy life, drive good vehicles and dine and wine in 3 or 5 star hotels. Those who cannot lead such a life and want to at equal with the established artists, they resort to borrowing and taking up loans.
However problems come knocking when one is unable to pay the loans, they go silent and the tag conman fits them. That is what is happening to one Mr. Seed, who is said to have borrowed the Sh. 35,000 from Benson last year in August promising to pay the money in 60 days’ time.
Benson and Mr. Seed signed the agreement in front of a lawyer and a witness. After the agreed day had passed, Mr. Seed started ignoring calls from Benson and his lawyer, and whenever he answered his phone, he gave them false promises. The interest accrued to is currently standing at Sh100, 000.
Mr. Seed has however denied the allegations saying that Mr. Benson only bought lunch during a shoot for his video.