The subject of tithe paying has generated a lot of controversies ever since.The doctrine is upheld by some with the justification that it brings God’s blessings upon one’sef life.
For some, they don’t adhere to it because they feel it’s not necessary as they are already burdened with numerous bills and insufficient income.
However, Ghanaian singer and songwriter, King Promise has underscored the relevance of the payment of tithes as he disclosed that he strictly practices the religious doctrine.
He revealed this in an interview on Ghanaian radio Drive Time Show on Joy FM with Lexis Bill.
The “Oh Yeah ” hitmaker explained that without God he wouldn’t have chalked success in his music career.
He said ” “I don’t joke with my tithe at all. I pay my tithe often, and because of my job where lots of Saturday evenings I have to be on stage performing, and so sometimes don’t go to church, I give it to my mum to pay on my behalf”
The “CCTV” crooner futher went on to express his gratitude to Ghana’s BET award winner, Sarkodie for supporting him in his music journey.
“My rise has been a blessing, I met people at the right time when I started. For instance, Sarkodie introduced me to my management that I’m currently working with, and the very first song that had people listening to me was Vision DJ’s ‘Double Trouble’ song featuring same Sarkodie, and so Sarkodie is a blessing to me”
King Promise recently dropped his debut album titled ” As Promised”.