Ghanaian Gospel musician Joyce Blessing has asked critics to ask themselves what others have been saying as she uses some Ghanaian adage to advise them.
Joyce Blessing seems to have made up her mind not to talk about the rumors and allegations about her and her kids not being for her estranged husband but has been giving cryptic replies with videos she has been sharing online.
Yesterday, she made a cryptic post advising individuals not to sell their freedom, and today she has used a Ghanaian adage asking those talking about her to ask themselves what others say about them when they talk about her.
According to Joyce Blessing, when you point a finger at someone, know that the remaining 4 fingers are on you therefore when you are busy talking about people, saying all sorts of things about them, just ask yourself what others also say about you.
Joyce Blessing has been separated from her husband and rumors and stories that follow are one that tarnishes the image of an individual especially for someone like her who is a gospel musician and is expected to live a life that will be emulated by others.