Revered gospel artist, Tope alabi, while performing at a church event, criticized a colleague’s song titled “oniduro mi”, which when translated to english means ” my guarantor”.
“Oniduro mi” which has dominated the airwaves was composed by Yinka Alaseyori, a fast rising gospel artist.
Tope Alabi said the song lacked the directing of the holy spirit, claiming God is too big to be a guarantor.
Fans and artists didn’t take the criticism likely as they took to social media to vent their anger.
Shola Alyson, a respected gospel artist, commended Yinka Alaseyori for making the song accessible to souls all over the world. She said, “we would have long been forgotten if not for God the guarantor.”
Gospel fans didn’t take Tope Alabi’s criticism likely as they told her to quit envying and stop acting like God. Her music has also been greatly criticized because of the choice of words in her songs.
Many have pointed out how it has always been her pattern to bring people down as she has done over the years, and have advised her to should stop acting like she has the sole right to God under the guise of senior anointing.
However, TVC presenter, Morayo Brown, pleaded to fans of Tope Alabi not to allow a moment of mistake destroy the goodness she has built over they years, as she (Morayo) has also been in a similar situation sometime ago.
Interestingly, Yinka Alaseroyi held a virtual Sunday service on her Instagram Live which had thousands of viewers. She also performed the controversial song “Oniduro mi”.
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