Delay edited my interviews just to make me look bad- Joyce Blessing

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Joyce Belessing, one of Ghana’s popular gospel musicians has revealed that, popular television host, Deloris Frimpong Manso, better known as Delay is on a mission to bring down gospel musicians.
According to her, Delay has pieced together her recent interview she had with her to make her look bad in the eyes of many Ghanaians.
The unbreakable hit maker was in some few weeks past subjected to public bashing and humiliation after her interview with Delay sparked some level of outrage within the music industry. However, the the gospel artiste speaking on Kumasi-based Hello FM stated that, the interview she had with Delay was deliberately edited to make her look bad over her former manager, Kwesi Ernest.
“Delay wants the downfall of artistes, she edited my interview to disgrace me. That was not a complete interview. There was a fight within the interview so I even said I wouldn’t do the interview again. She assaulted my husband verbally,” she categorically said.
Before Zylofon media signed her, she was with her husband’s own productions, Davejoy. Joyce Blessing left Kwasi Ernest’s Media Excel months ago and that has caused the media to point hands at her with some people tagging her as ungrateful.
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