Patrick Doyle reacts to Tems' BET award in gospel category


Patrick Doyle

By Taiwo Okanlawon

Popular Nigerian filmmaker, Patrick Doyle has claimed that the entertainment industry is being controlled by satan, after Tems won the best gospel award at the 2024 BET Awards.

Tems, a secular musician received an award for ‘Best Gospel/Inspirational Song’ at the Black Entertainment Television (BET) Awards.

The singer snagged the award with her 2024 release ‘Me & U‘ at the event held on Monday, at the Peacock Theater in Downtown Los Angeles, United States.

Tems defeated top gospel artistes like Kirk Franklin, Cece Winans, and Erica Campbell to win the category.

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Tems win left the mainstream gospel musicians who felt betrayed in shock.

Reacting to the controversies in a Facebook post, Doyle cautioned gospel singers to stop seeking validation from the entertainment industry mafia

He wrote, “I feel the pain of mainstream gospel artists who feel slighted that an evidently secular musician, Tems was awarded for best gospel song.

“That said, I believe it is about time that committed Christians should stop seeking validation from fickle institutions like the entertainment industry mafia which by the way is in the grip of Satan.”

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