Joyce Blessing, a gospel musician, has advised those who have been saying disparaging things about her to ask themselves what others have been saying as she uses a Ghanaian adage to advise them.
Joyce Blessing appears to have decided not to discuss the rumors and allegations about her and her children not being for her estranged husband, instead providing cryptic responses through videos she has shared online.
She made a cryptic post yesterday advising people not to sell their freedom, and today she used a Ghanaian adage to ask those talking about her to ask themselves what others say about them when they talk about her.
According to Joyce Blessing, when you point a finger at someone, know that the remaining four fingers are on you; thus, when you are busy talking about people and saying all kinds of things about them, know that the remaining four fingers are on you.
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