The season finale of BET’s “Sunday Best” aired just weeks ago in which the final episode pitted a nonprofessional singer against a professional singer. And the professional singer won the competition as expected to do.
Sources are questioning why “Sunday Best” allows amateurs to compete for something; engage in a contest when knowing all along they wanted a known recording artist to win?
One reporter says, “This is so wrong on so many levels. The amateurs should have never been allowed in the competition. I wholeheartedly, believe this show is not only horrible for Gospel music but it is horrible for the Christian faith.”
Share your thoughts, do you think the show was rigged?
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