Nathaniel Bassey reacts to allegation that he sold tickets for the Hallelujah festival

Gospel singer, Nathaniel Bassey, has reacted to claims that he sold tickets for his Hallelujah Festival.

This came after a user identified as Timi on X accused the gospel singer of selling tickets to make money.

Timi wrote: “Hallelujah challenge that started as IG live, Nathaniel Bassey is already selling tickets for the physical concert. see here is business growth. My God what a strategy.”

In reaction to the allegation, the gospel singer said they never sold any tickets.

He wrote: “Please o, those of you that got tickets, how much did you pay for them 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!”

In June, Nathaniel Bassey led a worship session that brought together top celebrities and thousands of followers from 12 midnight to 1 am each day.

The #HallelujahChallenge was so victorious, that it notched up over 550,000 followers for the artiste, landed him a spot on CNN, and saw his account verified by Instagram.

The program came to an end with his release of a single titled ‘Olowogbogboro’ and the Hallelujah Festival.