Legendary Gospel Reggae artiste Buchi has spoken out against a church event which he had no relationship whatsoever with yet the church used his face and name for their publicity. Buchi said it was used without his consent and therefore denied every involvement with the party.
“How do we deal with this manner of criminal desperation? No genuine pastor would go to the extent of advertising and publicizing programs with guest artistes they have neither met nor contacted. How insanely bold!
“I have been falsely presented to the public on several occasions as participating in certain programs I’m not aware of. I drive by the street and there’s my photograph or name on a billboard or a poster I know nothing about; misleading people through false advertising. When the people who attend these programs in the hope of seeing the advertised acts wonder at their absence, what do these organisers say to them? Mostly, they resort to falsely accusing the guest artistes of being unfaithful. They mislead and exploit the public. They hurt our integrity. Most of all, they misrepresent the church. Buchi says Stop!”
See the poster and Buchi’s disclaimer below:
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