Social media users have hit back at popular Zimbabwean gospel minister Pastor Uebert who expressed his distaste for afrobeats songs.
Using Tekno as an example he said that most afrobeats songs must not be consumed by Christians due to the lyrics…..CONTINUE READING
Using Tekno’s song, Pana, he said that the use of ‘Big Casava” as a metaphor for his reproductive organ contaminates the spirit of Christians.
The clergyman noted during his sermon that people in Zimbabwe always sing along to Nigerian songs without knowing the meaning of some of their lyrics which is toxic for their minds and unconsciousness.
See how Nigerians reacted
@_ch1som: “This Man that Aljazeera has implicated for colluding with criminal minds in his country to steal his country’s Natural Resources. Lol… Na this kin person dey preach.”
@omalley4hunnid_: “No be gold mafia be that.”
@temmie1_xx: “They are obsessed with Nigeria artist atp .”
@wizkidaddicts: “That means him too dey listen to it na.”
@larry__boi__: “Oga free us…we don’t need to understand….we just wanna flex and dance .”
@ayfizzie: “Lol cassava na bad thing? Maybe he should change it to agbado lol ♂️.”
@yofam_01: “This one no know watin to pray again he one use tekno shine.”
@kosi_levi: “Pastor u too Dey listen to the song e sweet or e no sweet…..CONTINUE READING