Nathaniel Bassey Denies Selling Tickets to Hallelujah Festival, Calling it “Free”

Nathaniel Bassey Dismisses Ticket Sale Reports

Gospel singer Nathaniel Bassey has firmly refuted allegations that he is selling tickets to his Hallelujah Festival.

The controversy arose when a user named Timi on the microblogging platform X accused the gospel artist of seeking to profit by selling tickets for the event.

Allegations and Response

Timi’s tweet stated, “Hallelujah challenge that started as IG live, Nathaniel Bassey is already selling tickets for a physical concert.

see here is business growth. My God what a strategy.” In response to these allegations, Nathaniel Bassey took to social media to set the record straight.

He emphasized that they had not sold any tickets for the Hallelujah Festival, and the event was accessible to all attendees without a cost.

His tweet read, “Please o, those of you that got tickets, how much did you pay for it o? That’s how people tweet themselves to problems.

May God forgive them. Please the tickets are free, registration is only required! We have never sold tickets and will never do. Satan is a LIAR!”

Background on Hallelujah Challenge

Nathaniel Bassey made headlines in June when he led a worship session known as the #HallelujahChallenge.

This unique event brought together top celebrities and thousands of followers, with participants gathering from 12 midnight to 1 am daily.

The Hallelujah Challenge achieved remarkable success, garnering over 550,000 followers for the artist, earning him recognition on CNN, and leading to the verification of his Instagram account.

The culmination of this worship session included the release of a single titled ‘Olowogbogboro’ and the subsequent Hallelujah Festival.

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