The general Overseer of Heaven’s Gate Ministries, Prophet Kumchacha, says he does not enjoy listening to songs from the camp of Afropop singer Wendy Shay because, her songs has no positive impact and has done nothing meaningful rather than to promote prostitution among teenagers.
Prophet Kumchacha is popularly known in Ghana as “prophet no nonsense”. He speaks his mind freely to who ever he wishes to without any form of dear.
According to Kumchacha, songs from the Rufftown records signees are full of provocative words and are not anything to learn from, he also made reference to the late female signee of the Rufftown record, the 90’s Bad girl “Ebony”
He made this comments on a show “Discussing the impact of gospel music in every human’s life” on Okay FM’s ‘Best Entertainment Show’ hosted by Halifax Ansah-Addo.
Kumchacha said since Wendy Shay shot to fame, he has chronicled what he describes as ”foolish songs” by the singer to the public.
To him, music is supposed to be a form of education to the public, most especially the youth and the soul and not how it has been lowered to by musicians like Wendy Shay.
He added that her reference to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo in her hit song ‘Uber Driver’ wasn’t necessary.
According to Kumchacha, the song that intimates that men are usually looking at women from their cars while on the road shouldn’t have been associated with the name of President Akufo-Addo, since he wasn’t just any person, and needs to be respected.
“The song from Wendy Shay that projects Nana Addo as someone who loves giving an eye to the backside of women on the road is needless. When you study the character and her music antics, it projects more of promiscuous due to her body language and demeanour. Everything of her promotes prostitution. She sings to promote prostitution.
“Someone who sings and say a whole ‘Nana Addo p3 hw3 and things’, you have to be fast and get the promotional aspect of her songs, it does nothing meaningful than to promote prostitution…” he said.