The President of the Creative Arts Council Okraku Mantey seems to have an all round idea regarding the ‘beef’ between Patience Nyarko and Joe Mettle.
The two popular gospel singers have been the most talked-about in the news and have caused so much traffic on social media for some days now. Their supposed gospel beef has triggered many people to add their voices to the subject.
Mark, airing his thoughts on the matter on ‘Daybreak Hitz’ program, added that the female musician got furious after Joe Mettle won a VGMA award over her.
Some years past Patience Nyarko’s ‘Obi Nyani Me’ was undoubtedly on the lips of everybody on the street at the time the organizers of VGMA awarded Joe Mettle.
Mark, who now forms part of the current VGMA board remembered telling Joe Mettle he wouldn’t have voted for him if he was at the board room at the time they were voting.
He revealed that the VGMA Board voted for Joe Mettle at a time he wasn’t available and when they decide, it is the final decision taken by the board and nothing can be done about it.
Okraku Mantey specificaly described the ‘beef’ between the two as self-esteem matter and Patience is fighting back what she thought was rightfully hers and was handed over to Joe Mettle.