Gospel singer Frank Edwards says material things are not worth dying for

Gospel singer Frank Edwards says material things are not worth dying for

- Nigerian gospel singer, Frank Edwards, revealed why he does not have cars even though he loves them

- The star said he gave his cars out two years ago because he wanted something different for himself

- Edwards also said material things were not worth dying for as new things get produced every year

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Nigerian gospel singer, Frank Edwards took to social media to show that he cannot be moved by materialistic beliefs even if they concern the things he loves dearly.

The singer in a post shared via his official Instagram page said he had two cars which he really loved but gave them out two years ago because he wanted something else.

Gospel singer Frank Edwards says material things are not worth dying for

Frank Edwards said he gave out his cars. Source: @frankrichboy / Instagram
Source: Instagram

He also said having things today did not mean that people would not yearn for more later, so they needed to take things easy.

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The singer finished off by stating that material things were not worth dying for, and people should not give themselves high blood pressure trying to get them.

Excerpt from his post read:

"Just years ago I had these two cars and it felt like This is it !!! I felt really good because I love cars . BUT !! As we speak I have none of them, I gave them all out 2 years ago Wanting something else."

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The star's fans agreed with him in the comment section.

Here's what some of them had to say:

Precious_vincent2:

"Word sir."

Tochiobodozie:

"Truth!"

Officialhelena9th:

"now dis is reality."

Iamrealtobiloba:

"I tap into your kind of grace."

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Edwards spoke about his life as an unmarried gospel artiste.

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He revealed that being a gospel singer did not bring in as much money as people thought it did. According to him, the music industry and gospel ministry were very different.

The singer further stated that the biggest challenge gospel artistes faced was getting them to understand that they were in a ministry and not in the industry.

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