Joyce Blessing has requested the people of Ghana and her fans to analyze published stories about her before judgment. According to the Gospel musician, most of these publications have no evidence. Joyce was trending last year after her chaotic divorce from her husband and therefore, bloggers took the advantage to publish negative stories about her.
Speaking during an interview, “Some headlines can even surprise the person they are talking about. I want my fans and Ghanaians to know that not all headlines stories are true.” While condemning the websites that publish fake stories she said, “Sometimes what the artiste said and the headline are two different things but black people love fake and negative stories. People to read these fake and negative stories that’s why the writers also like fake stories to draw traffic.”
“They’ve written a lot about me that are untrue and I can’t even count them. So don’t judge people based on a headline from a story or article, the things you hear about people on social media you’ll realize are not true when you get closer to them in person.”