- Man calls out gospel artistes, Moses Bliss and Ebuka Songs for promoting worldliness with their songs.
- Capitalizing on their recently released track, ‘New Generation‘, he claimed that they tried to bring some elements of worldliness into the music to appease people.
- He further stated that Moses Bliss is known for releasing tracks that bear a worldly undertone.
Nigerian Gospel music stars, Moses Bliss and Ebuka Songs get tackled by a man who accused them of infusing worldliness into their tracks.
In a video, the man who made reference to the duo’s recently released track, ‘New Generation’, averred that the singers always aim at bringing in elements to captivate worldly people in their music.
He subsequently beamed his focus on Moses Bliss whom he claimed was in the nature of dropping tracks that try to appease people who have worldliness in their hearts.
The man reiterated the difference between gospel music and worldliness, stating that it should never be mixed.
Watch the video below:
Reacting, One @yvonne_i.m.u wrote: “Bringing worldly people to Christ through music is not good ? I’m trying to process 😢.”
_lami_d_brand wrote: “This is a new generation, and I also notice that the songs draw young girls and young guys into gospel, it has a message it’s passing, it’s impacting young generation, we’re the new generation and yes, music is not meant to make same sense or have same meaning to everyone……
To me the song is drawing this generation closer to God”
duchesspearl15 wrote: “All of una dey mahd, so fine boys and fine girls can’t love Jesus. Ori gbogbo yin ti daru.”
ibehjunior wrote: “The gospel is not just aimed for the righteous alone.”
uncle.manuel wrote: “I have come to understand that no be everybody get brain! How will someone fruit of the womb set camera begin talk sense.”
meet_ife wrote: “I heard one of my Muslim friend singing fine boy wey love Jesus that was when I knew how powerful the song is🔥.”