The singer generally called Atorise made this known while addressing his alleged expulsion from GOMAN.
He said, "I remember that I am a professional artiste and I am still a full-time member of GOMAN. And anytime soon, I am coming out as the vice president of GOMAN."
Atorise further addressed the rumour that trailed his personality and the association.
"Rumor is normal, it is when you are relevant that people get to talk about you; when you are not a relevant artiste people won't say anything about you.
Indisputably, it is one of those things we pay for, being a star."
The controversial artiste also lamented the support the Nigerian entertainment industry is lacking from the President Buhari-led administration.
"President Muhammadu Buhari has nothing to offer the entertainment industry," he said.
He said this in reference to the terrible state of Nigerian economy as well as Buhari's lack of plans for the entertainment industry.
"I see President Muhammadu Buhari as
someone who doesn't like entertainment at all and indisputably, this will affect the industry".
He further claimed. His debut album, titled Atorise made him a prominent face in the gospel world.
However, despite his huge success recorded in his musical career, controversies has been trailing his brand as an inspirational artiste.