“Cabal in Gospel Music Industry”: Woli Arole Encourages Singers to Speak Up After Mohbad's Death

“Cabal in Gospel Music Industry”: Woli Arole Encourages Singers to Speak Up After Mohbad's Death

  • Woli Arole has alleged the gospel music industry is not left out of conspiracy and oppression
  • The comedian encouraged gospel music ministers who are victims of maltreatment to reach out to him so that he could fight their cause
  • He also said a WhatsApp group is being used to abuse victims

Comedian Bayegun Oluwatoyin, known as Woli Arole, has made a shocking revelation about the Nigerian gospel music industry.

In a recent Instagram post, the entertainer claimed there is a cabal in the industry.

His post came after some artistes revealed how the late Mohbad was treated by his former record label.

Woli Arole claims there is maltreatment in the gospel music industry.
“Cabal in Gospel Music Industry”: Woli Arole Encourages Singers to Speak Up
Source: Instagram

Woli Arole also announced that anyone who has been a victim of injustice in the industry should muster the courage to talk about it.

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WhatsApp group used to suppress gospel artistes

The comedian further revealed that a WhatsApp group is being used as an instrument of intimidation to pull down singers.

He argued that there should not be such a negative attitude in the gospel music industry.

The comedian also stated that many celebrities are out to support the truth and use their platforms to get justice for the oppressed.

He said some people have already contacted him, adding that he is only waiting for concrete evidence before calling those mentioned out.

Take a look at his post here:

Woli Arole's post about gospel singers sparks reactions

Netizens have reacted to the comedian's post. Many are surprised that there was oppression in the gospel music industry and praised Arole for speaking up.


"I can’t wait oooo. The Gospel should be about love and not jealousy. That is all I see. The envy and always constantly trying to pull each other down with my little I have spent with them. It’s so toxic".




"From top to bottom, I think we need an environment."


"Make una mention names make shout start now ah."


"These days, there is even more oppression In churches than out there; the rate of envy and hatred you get when you start becoming successful is too much."


"Even in some churches, a lot is happening...Na only God knows the true children of God/ followers/worshippers."


"With friendship sef competition Dey, I God help us, I no talk pass this."


"Little wonder the judgement will start from the house of God; so many people hide under God's umbrella and perpetuate evil."


"Baba no be today na. I am not surprised ooo. I am glad someone is speaking up about it."


"A lot is happening, sir. God saved me."

Woli Arole raises funds for girl in "Se fe pa mi ni" video

Legit.ng earlier reported that Woli Arole reacted to the viral video of a little girl that left many netizens rolling with laughter.

The comedian who was impressed by the little girl in the viral ‘se fe pa mi ni’ video raised funds for her.

He pledged the sum of N100,000 for the girl and encouraged others to contribute more money for her.

Source: Legit.ng

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