There was mild drama a couple of days ago on popular micro-blogging platform twitter when popular Gospel music artiste Glowreeyah Braimah came for blogger Gospel Vibes after he posted her album on his site. It is unclear what irked her about the post as Gospel Vibes had posted the album with the same sales/streaming link which had earlier been posted by Glowreeyah when her album; The Core dropped on November 1. After Glowreeyah’s team discovered the post on Gospel Vibes site, a member of her team immediately made a comment on the post “You have no right to put out Glowreeyah Braimah’s The Core Album on your site for sale. You need to pull this content down right now to avoid legal consequences.”
The blogger immediately took down the post and must have alerted some of his fellow bloggers who immediately started posting comments about the situation on Twitter with quite a number of them shading the Gospel music star for what they perceived to be her unfair reaction towards their colleague. Most of the bloggers held the view that since Gospel Vibes posted her album with the sales link, she should have been grateful for the free promotion. However at the time of writing this piece, the issue has been sorted out amicably and Glowreeyah Braimah seems to have assigned the popular Gospel music media company Selah Afrik the duty of handling the album’s publication on Nigerian Gospel music sites.
What do you think about the situation? Was Glowreeyah right or did she go too far?