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After a video of her walking out of an interview went viral, Gospel artiste, Patience Nyarko wants Ghanaians to rather applaud her for peacefully walking out of the interview and not to bash her.

The gospel artiste, earlier this week walked out of an interview on Joy News. According to media reports, the singer was infuriated when she was asked questions relating to her criticism of fellow gospel musician, Joe Mettle.

However, Patience Nyarko is insisting that Ghanaians must rather commend her for the patience she had as things could have escalated.

Explaining the motive for her actions, the ‘Obi Nyane Me’ hitmaker indicated that the journalist was very biased in her line of questioning saying the questions of the reporter were provocative.

“She was provoking. All those who are open-minded will understand that in her line of questioning, she was biased. Why should you push an artiste to forcibly sing a song of another artiste? She was really forcing me.… You don’t do that as a journalist. I tolerated all these,” Patience Nyarko argued on Accra-based Okay FM.

Based on this, she justified her actions saying since she entertained the reporter to the point that she could not cooperate anymore she should be applauded for walking out peacefully.

“I even did well and you must even clap for me. I got all the patience. Had it been somebody else, he or she would have done more done what I did,” the artiste justified.

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