Bhagavad Gita adapts to readers inclination. An Advaitin will find every shloka as advaitik. A person who is inclined to dvaita, will find every shloka as dvaitik.
A person who is on Bhakti Marg, will see every shloka talking about Bhakti. The same goes to a person following Karma, Jnana or any other Marg.
Are any of these wrong? No, as all these paths are considered equal, reaching to same destination. It doesn’t matter what path you follow, what’s important is to have Love for the goal, without that you can’t reach the destination.
Biggest danger one has in the spiritual progress in “panthabiman”, i.e. pride and attachment to the path. Please note path is “just the means” and not the destination itself.
It doesn’t matter what path one follows, be Dwaita, Advaita, Karma, Bhakti, Dhyan, Jnana OR for that matter any other religious paths like Islam, Christianity etc, if one gives up the ‘pride and attachment to the path’ and focuses on the goal with love and sincerity, he/she will reach there.