Call it the biggest scandal to hit the Ghanaian gospel music fraternity and you will not be far from right.
Disgraceful? Reprehensible? Outrageous? Shocking? Or simply scandalous liaisons? All will be apt when the news is finally made public.
Host of Peace FM’s -Entertainment Review- Kwasi Aboagye dropped the hint on the Saturday June 1 edition of the show on his return from a recent trip to the United States of America.
The dreadful and appalling news, according to the host of Accra’s most widely-listened to entertainment show is that, some female gospel musicians are involved in the act of lesbíanism.
According to him, he has a list of the names of the gospel musicians involved in the practice. Moments after dropping the shocking exposé, several of his colleagues including panel members on the show and listeners who had their dials locked on the 104.3 frequency, flooded him with text messages with some even daring him to go public or cease speculating.
“Well, I’m not speculating. I’m saying that some female gospel musicians are involved in lesbíanism and I don’t think that is speculation”, he stridently said.
Asked when he will reveal the identities of the gospel musicians involved in the practice, Kwesi Aboagye indicated that at the “right time I will disclose their identities on radio but I know what I’m saying…and I stand by it that some gospel musicians not all gospel musicians. I said some female gospel musicians are involved in lesbíanism and I have evidence to support that”.
Pushed further to disclose whether they are budding artistes or veterans in the industry and or whether they based in Ghana or practice the act with other gospel musicians or ordinary women in the country, the “Entertainment Review” host simply said “I can only state that I got privy to the information in America and the gospel musicians are Ghanaians.”
The revelation has certainly raised eye brows in the industry with tongues wagging as to which one among them practices lesbíanism. But some believe it’s just a crude way by Kwesi Aboagye to gain more listenership.
However, considering his reputation in the entertainment industry and the niche he has carved for himself over the years, it will be highly inconceivable that a professional of his caliber will be so tactless to indulge in hearsay or peddle falsehood regarding such a sensitive issue without any shred of evidence.
For now, it remains to be seen as we keep our fingers crossed whether the “Darling Boy” as he is affectionately called, will
make good his promise of disclosing the identities of the female gospel musicians involved in the practice of lesbíanism after the completion of his investigations into the matter or it will be just another “expensive all fool’s day” joke; despite the fact that we are in the month of June.