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Stop the Hate – Stonebwoy tells critics of church that played his song


Popular Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy, real name Livingstone Satekla has said Ghanaians should stop castigating the Church that played his Kpo k3k3 song adding that, there’s nothing wrong in jamming to the song at Church.

According to the BhimNation President, people should not try to kill and divide the Church for what happened.
A video of the founder of the Believers of Anointed Palace Church, with his members, dancing to the Kpo K3k3 song went viral on social media recently.

Members of the church went gaga when the pastor allowed Stonebwoy’s hit banger, “Kpo Keke” to be played during church service.

In the video which went viral, the congregation was busily dancing to the song right inside the church to the delight of everyone gathered there. Whiles others moved to the front of the pulpit, others just stood in front of their seats to dance.

Many have condemned the act, with many saying that the founder and members of the Church were disrespectful at the house of God.

However Stonebwoy in reaction to the comments made by those who saw the action of the church wrong has said, there’s nothing wrong with the action indicating that, people should leave the church alone.

“Please let’s leave the churches alone, let’s not try to use this opportunity to express hate or ignorance towards the church, people or Christians who have certain believe and are open-minded.

“The body of Christ is not actually the temple of Christ sitting down there, the temple of God is the body that you have.”- he said.

According to him, non-religious songs can also be played at church. He added that Ghanaians must not use this as an opportunity to express hate towards Rev. Obofour’s church.

Let’s not try to play perfect because the same people who go to the church are the same ones who go out there to support the secular musicians who are supposed to be evil,” the celebrated artiste added.

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