Gospel singer, Alaseyori Adeyinka, has broken her silence on the alleged beef with veteran gospel artist, Tope Alabi over the song, “Oniduro Mi.”
The controversies began when a video clip showing Tope Alabi criticizing the hit song during a ministration on stage went viral.
The “Angeli Mi” singer came under fire from netizens and celebrities whose sentiments were that Alabi demonstrated arrogance while claiming that the Holy Spirit told her not to sing the song because God is not a “guarantor” as Oniduro Mi loosely translates to “My Guarantor”.
During a recent ministration, Alaseyori said: “Let Jesus take the wheel. Mummy Tope Alabi is our mother. She is a mother to me and so many. And by virtue, we have been blessed by her ministration. Please and please, let us rush to God. Let us celebrate God. Let Jesus be at the center of it all.“
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