Meet Nigerian Gospel Artiste Who Dresses Like Wizkid
Nigerian Gospel Artiste, Chineke Boo, faces criticism for dressing like a secular artist.
Prolific gospel singer Chineke Boi has revealed how he has faced criticism for dressing like a secular artist and mentioning Pastor Chris Oyakhilome in his new song.
Victor Ikechukwu Agu, popularly known by his stage name Chineke Boi is a young Christian Rapper, Singer, Songwriter and Entertainer.
As you all know every gospel singer is expected to look coporate and no neck chains but thats isn’t the case of talented gospel singer, Victor Ikechukwu Agu who is popularly known as Chineke Boi.
The Enugu born singer who started his music career from the church's choir has stayed put since inception and has decided to preach the gospel with his songs, but the only issue is the way his appearance appeals to the Christian audience.
In a recent interview Chineke Boi revealed how he has faced criticism for dressing like a secular artist.
He added "Most times a lot of people address me like a worldly artist, they love my songs and I've heard of many testimonies of blessings and impact on people through my songs, but when they see me in person they ask me if am Wizkid, one said to me "stop behaving like Wizkid" and I was like "I don't dress like a secular artist, I dress as a son of God"
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