Gospel Musician Adeyinka Alaseyori has broken her silence on the viral video where another singer, Tope Alabi, criticised her hit song ‘Oniduro Mi eseun o’.
Tope Alabi’s controversial comments have generates knocks from music lovers, with the gospel singer trending across social media platforms.
In a video making the rounds across the internet, Tope Alabi could be heard saying it is so wrong to refer to God as ‘Oniduro mi’ [my guarantor] and that she was instructed by the Holy Spirit to desist from singing the song.
“God is not my own guarantor; he is more than a guarantor to me. I love the song too but the day I tried singing it, the holy spirit told me to shut up,” she said in the Yoruba language.
“This is not about condemning the song; when you receive a song in the spirit, it is supposed to go through some refining with the holy ghost before producing it, else, you will just be singing rubbish,” she added in part.
Reacting to the turn of events, a visibly happy Alaseyori on Sunday during an Instagram live repeatedly sang her popular hit song titled ‘Oniduro Mi eseun o’ (my guarantor, I’m grateful).
While she did not make any direct comments on the viral criticism of Tope Alabi, Alaseyori praised her husband for being a gentleman.
She thanked her fans for their numerous support, stating she has been cautioned not to make comments on the controversy.
She instead praised God with her fans cheering in the comment section.