Tope Alabi criticises fellow singer for calling God 'Oniduro mi' (My Guarantor) in her song


Renowned gospel singer, Tope Alabi has come under heavy censure for criticising the song of a fellow gospel artist, Adeyinka Alaseyori.


Tope Alabi, while ministering at a vigil in the early hours of June 12, criticized a term Alaseyori used in hailing God.


In the popular song titled Arojinle (Oni Duro Mi Ese O), Alaseyori referred to God as “Oniduro” which means ‘Guarantor’ in English language.


However, Tope Alabi faulted the word and publicly criticized the song and the singer, saying that the Holy Spirit did not approve of the term “Oniduro” being used to describe God.


She explained that when she tried singing the song, the Holy Spirit cautioned her, adding that God is not her guarantor but much more than that.


Watch the video of her speaking below; 

Reacting to this, many Nigerians took to social media to lambast the veteran singer as some accused her of being envious of how popular the song has become.


However, some, like media personality, Morayo Brown defended her, saying no one is above mistake.


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