Kanvee Adams Distances Herself from Beef Rumor

Gospel singer Kanvee Adams.

Award-winning gospel singer and songwriter, Kanvee Adams, has trashed rumors of a beef between she and cultural ambassador Julie Endee.

In a lengthy Facebook post, Mrs. Adams added she doesn’t have any problem with Amb. Endee and that such speculation is being instigated by haters.

“I do not have any issues with the cultural ambassador and I have no reason to try to fight her. She is a person I admire so much for her innovation and strength. The ambassador knows that I’m a very bold person that will not hesitate to express my dissatisfaction to her if I have any,” Kanvee said.

The “Carry My Load” crooner blames her fellow gospel artists, who she considers unpopular, for spreading such a rumor.

“Let me be very clear here; your manipulation against me, your envy and strife towards me has reached the point where I must go public,” she continued. “From the time I came to the gospel ministry in Liberia you have had no rest in trying to bring me down; unfortunately, you have not and will not succeed because I did not call myself; rather, God called me to this ministry.”

Mrs. Adams alleged that over the last several years her colleagues in the gospel music industry have run a smear campaign to disgrace and discredit her hard work.

“You ran a smear campaign when I brought Agatha Moses to Liberia and out of jealousy, you made her to take me to a police station because you wanted her to disgrace me publicly,” Kanvee said.

Mrs. Adams noted: “You went ahead to campaign against me that I’m very proud just because I did not follow you in your immoral and diabolical deeds; deeds which, if care is not taken, I’m going to expose you to the Liberian people. You have tried these and many other ways to bring me down but failed; now you want to pit Amb. Endee against me; you will fail again and in a very disgraceful manner.”

Although Mrs. Adams did not name the artists, she has promised to do so very soon as she has now become tired with their cowardly manipulation.

“No one forced you to be a gospel artist; If you don’t have the calling, find somewhere else and discover yourselves and stop trying to pull me down. I’m not in your way,” she said.


  1. A great theologian once said, “There can be no peace when there is not God in the hearts of men. When you drive the devil out of the human heart the stream of life will be sweet, happy and peaceful.”

    Kanvee Adams, it is good to speak your mind, but could you and the other Liberian gospel musicians please get along for the sake of peace in the Liberian music industry? Please do not allow envy and jealousy from your detractors to stop you from producing beautiful gospel music.

    Many young upcoming musicians in Liberia fail to realize with the advent of technology like YouTube, Facebook, and other social media, there is enough room in the entertainment industry for them to also flourish. Envy, jealousy, and other negative vices are the works of the Devil in sowing poisonous seeds of confusion just to keep you (Kanvee Adams) off God’s track.

    Just as Kanvee Adams is now an international name recognition in Liberian gospel music, so too other Liberian musicians and entertainers can become famous through hard work, persistence, and with the love of God in their hearts for their fellow men/women.

    Continue your good work Kanvee, and please do some gospel collaborations with your fellow Liberian gospel musicians.

    Keep up the good work!!

  2. Just a piece of advice for all involved. Die to self, take up the cross daily, swallow your pride. God is not the God of confusion. Be slow to speak, quick to listen!


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