Popular Nigerian christian artiste in Yoruba, lady Evangelist Tope Alabi, has come under heavy attack by her fans and other christians for publicly criticizing and condemning a christian track tittled ‘oniduro’ which means ‘my guarantor’ released by her fellow christian artiste, Adeyinka Alaseyori.
Tope Alabi, in a video that has gone viral, was seen criticising and condemning the track and the singer publicly, saying God is not her guarantor and He is more than a guarantor.
The Lady Evangelist who spoke in Yoruba in the video from a background that is apparently a Church alter said: “As great as God is, and with his uncountable deeds, how can someone just sing ‘my guarantor thank you’; God is not my guarantor; God is beyond my guarantor. I love the song but the day I was to sing it the Holy Spirit asked me to shut up.”
But her fans and other christians on social media have swiftly reacted to Tope Alabi, one of the most popular christian artistes in the west, criticism of the track.
A social media user, by the name Omolola Olarogun writes: “Aunty Tope is jt beefing d lady, she naturally doesn’t like it when people make waves more than her in d industry, she likes it when u’re @ her mercy to future in ur song so u will make wave bt she doesn’t know dat when d holy spirit is really ur guarantor, ur path will continue to clear till u get to d top using people u dont know.ONIDUROMI E SE OOOO.”
Another user, T.A. Oke while hitting Tope Alabi hard writes “Aunty Tope, this is pure witchcraft!”
Another user, Oluyori Oluwaseyi Joseph: “What do you expect from a drunk musician.”
Victor Adetayo Adeyemi, while quoting from the book of Hebrews 7:22 notes: “By so much was Jesus made a surety of a better testament”, adding that the CSB explicitly called him a “guarantee.”
He concluded his post by saying “It’s a complete arrogant show of ignorance for someone who sang “Oti Jesu npami” to discredit “oniduro mi ese o” .
You don’t blow someone else’s candle off when yours is already shinning.
Aunty Tope goofed again!!!.”
Another user, Olowohihi Tunde Barnabas writes: “When I watched the video, I felt very bad and sad that such hatred and bitterness could come from Tope Alabi. I asked myself what could be responsible for that, it is truly the Holy Spirit or out of envy and jealousy. May God help her.”
Omotayo Trachy writes: “She did not understand the song very well let her go back to bed jor”
Another user, Lara Omotola on her part writes “She’s missing it little by little,oti nwo nu aye lo die die,she needs to be careful.see one of her songs that says Olorun ajanaku.”