Patience Nyarko Angrily Walks Out of Interview When Joe Mettle’s Name Was Mentioned

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It’s becoming obvious that Gospel artiste Patience Nyarko does not like her colleague Joe Mettle.

Days after shocking everyone when she stated unequivocally that Joe Mettle does not deserve the hype he gets because he has not reached that the pedestal the media puts him on, Patience has gone haywire again to strengthen the fact that she just doesn’t like him.

Patience Nyarko believes Joe Mettle samples hymns from the Methodist and Pentecost church therefore he should not be held in high esteem at the expense of good songwriters like herself.

This time around, she walked out of the studio during a radio interview with JoyNews when the host revisited the issue even insisted that Joe Mettle writes his own songs.

This happened moments after the interviewer drew her attention that based on research done by Ghanaweekend, Joe Mettle has written about forty songs, Patience asked her to add sixty to it to make a hundred songs, after which she stormed out.

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