Gospel musician, Queendalyn Yurglee, has admonished others in the song ministration business to desist from laying all their burdens on their pastors.
Recently, Spiritual heads of churches have been heavily criticized by some Gospel Musicians for their failure to invest in their craft. Key Amongst these critics is Akesse Brempong, who insists though churches are the largest beneficiaries of gospel music, it’s contribution to the sector was nothing to write home about.
But Queendalyn Yurglee disagrees. The “You are God” singer, in an interview with the Mzgee on TV3 New Day, explained that these gospel musicians are disappointed because they expected too much from their pastors.
She added that even the opportunity to sing in church is an investment that should not be underestimated.
“I don’t think investment is only monetary. The fact that you have platforms to sharpen your skills is an investment on its own. Personally I haven’t had that experience but I feel like sometimes as well, we need to get to a point where we try as much as possible not to have too much expectation because once you have too much expectation, then you’re disappointed. For me I have my business that I run,” She stressed.