Bootilicious star Desire Luzinda has been advised not to look at money if she is to survive in the gospel arena.

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Pastor Wilson Bugembe said this after Luzinda complained on her social media that churches were not helping gospel singers.

Luzinda wondered why no church leader has helped gospel artistes during the Covid-19 pandemic yet they sing at their functions for free.

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Bugembe says pastors and other church leaders have a lot on their tables.

“Desire should not mind about the money. The world of gospel is very different from secular. If anyone wants money, it better to stay in secular world,” Bugembe explained.

Luzinda switched from secular to gospel a year or so ago.


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