On the one hand, Scripture speaks strongly against gossip. So whoever knows what is right and doesn't do it is a sin for him. Correct them in a loving way without condemning them, but if the gossip continues, it's time to say goodbye. Because I'm afraid that maybe when I come I won't find you as I want, and that you won't find me the way you want, that there may be quarrels, jealousy, anger, hostility, slander, gossip, presumption and disorder.
They are gossip, slanderers, who hate God, insolent, arrogant, boastful, inventors of evil, disobedient to parents. A gossiper is one who has privileged information about people and reveals that information to those who don't have to know it. The Bible talks about gossip and a verse that gives real color to what gossip is can be found in Proverbs. Talking about others in a way that is not honorable embarrasses their image and reputation, and paints an ugly picture of gossip.
In other words, protect that person's reputation and character and don't gossip any more. On top of that, they learn to be lazy, going from house to house, and not just lazy, but also gossipy and nosy, saying what they shouldn't. Gossip can be defined as information about other people's behavior or personal lives, often without the whole truth being revealed or known. Even if the people speaking up didn't mean direct harm, the result of gossip is always a broken trust and a wound in feelings.
If someone around you starts gossiping, ask them to stop or, if they don't, stay away from the conversation. You don't have to take my word for it, let's see what the Bible says about gossip and if it's a sin to gossip. If you have trouble with gossip or know someone who gossips a lot, study these Bible verses and choose to help put an end to it.