Ghanaian entertainment pundit, Bulldog, has once again sparked controversy with his recent comments about gospel artists and the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA).
In a recent interview, Bulldog stated that no gospel musician will be named Artiste of the Year at this year’s VGMA.
Bulldog’s comments were made in response to Piesie Esther, a female inspirational gospel musician from Ghana, who expressed confidence in winning the Artist of the Year award on UTV’s Showbiz.
Despite being a nominee for the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards in seven categories, including Artiste of the Year, Bulldog predicted that Piesie Esther would not win this year’s award, and may have to wait until the 34th VGMA Awards.
During the interview, Bulldog went on to say that even if all the churches in Ghana, including the Church of Pentecost, Church of Presby, and Church of Anglican, were to unite, they would not be able to defeat Lucifer and win the award.
“Everybody else in the world is with Lucifer, so this is Lucifer against God, and God understands that we will win this time,” he said.
Bulldog’s comments have sparked controversy and debate among music fans and industry players, with many expressing their disagreement with his views.
Some have criticized his statement as being divisive and disrespectful to the gospel music industry.
Despite the backlash, Bulldog remains firm in his stance, and it remains to be seen who will be named Artiste of the Year at this year’s VGMA.
The awards ceremony is set to take place on June 25, 2022, and will feature performances from some of Ghana’s top artists.