Renowned gospel songstress signed to the Zylofon label, Joyce Blessing, has disclosed she is extremely disappointed in her managers for abandoning her on her birthday.
Tuesday, May 14, 2018, was the birthday of the ‘I swerve’ hitmaker since she joined the label, but she was conspicuously swerved when she needed Zylofon to helm a donation to the Akropong School for the Blind as part of her birthday celebration.
Although the donation was part of her birthday celebration, which had been well advertised on Zylofon Media platforms.
The company had called for the public to support the brand to execute the project, but when the time came for the event, the songstress was left on her own.
Arnold Asamoah Baidoo, the communication director for Zylofon Music told Agyeman Prempeh (Agyeman Nie) on Power Drive Tuesday afternoon he could not comment extensively on the development, but hastened that Joyce Blessing had “the blessing of the label.”
But commenting on the matter, distraught Joyce noted she was neglected by her employers at the time she needed them most.
“I’m not okay. I’m so disappointed…They [Zylofon] were in charge of the programme and promoted it on their social media platforms. Arnold himself announced the event on Peace FM, and I was even interviewed on Zylofon FM prior to the event,” Joyce told the host of the programme, Agyeman.
She said everything seemed good until she was abandoned at the last hour of her event.
“Everything was on point but when the time came for the programme they [Zylofon] did not show up. This is my first birthday since signing to Zylofon too,” she said worryingly.
Power news sources indicate that Joyce Blessing is angry and has ignored any attempt to explain to her the what led to the neglect, saying she has been disgraced.