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Popular Gospel Artiste Throw Shades At Tope Alabi For Condemning A Song, "Oniduromi Eseun o"

When it is time for God to answer you and lift you up among millions of people, he will definitely locate you in the location you are and single you out so that your case can be settled.

Many a times I wonder why we Africans most especially Nigerians hate successful person or success. Instead of joining hands with the person and pray for such success too, we rather look down on such person and try everything possible to bring the person down and forget the fact that no one can curse whosoever God has blessed.

Recently, a news broke out in the social media where popular Gospel musician, Tope Alabi rubbished the song of a fast rising gospel musician known as Yinka Alaseyori. This came as a shock everyone as no one expected that such thing would have happened not to talk of the person involves in it.

Tope Alabi rubbished and condemned the song of Yinka Alaseyori "Oniduro mi Ese o" meaning "Thank You, My Guarantor" that it is rubbish and bad to use those words to describe God. She further stressed out God is bigger than guarantor.

Meanwhile, Nigerians have condemned her on different occasions for saying such and for condemning the song of Yinka Alaseyori, Oniduro mi Ese o. Many felt she was only jealous of the young and fast rising gospel musician who burst into limelight after a wonderful album which she titled "Arojinle" meaning "Deep thought".

Recently, Lanre Teriba popularly known as Atorise condemned Tope Alabi also describing the scenario as what God planned for Alaseyori so that her glory can shine further.

Atorise said in Yoruba: " Eniti o ma si so ki Ogo mi le tan, Oluwa jeki won siso" meaning, anyone that will speak nonsense so that my glory can shine, Lord let them speak the nonsense ". Atorise said this in an event and ask people to turn it to prayer,. Hence, Yinka Alaseyori was also present in the event and she was shocked when she heard what Atorise said.

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Shortly after this video was shared online, many users have reacted to it. See some of their reactions below.

What do you have to say concerning this? Do you think Atorise went to far with the prayer he led in the video or do you think Tope Alabi was wrong to condemn Yinka Alaseyori's song?

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