Popular gospel singer, Lanre Teriba Atorise, has joined the numerous number of critics to blast Tope Alabi for condemning Yinka Alaseyori’s “Oniduro mi.”
Reacting to this during a live show, Lanre Teriba appreciated God for making a planned condemnation that turned out to be a wide publicity for Yinka Alaseyori and her song.
He said, “pray that anyone whose mistakes will make your glory shine may God let them make the mistakes.”
He also condemns one of Tope Alabi’s songs where she eulogised God as “o wo kembe re ibi ija” – the one that wears a big cloth to a battle field. “When did God do that?”
Tope Alabi had in a viral video condemned Yinka Alaseyori’s song, “Oniduro mi e seun” which means “My guarantor, I am grateful.” In the viral video, she said “God isn’t a guarantor, he is more than a guarantor, the holy spirit cautioned me when I had the intention of using such eulogy.”
Her video was followed by wide condemnation by her fans who least expected such from her.
Tope Alabi’s Condemnation: Success in Disguise for Yinka Alaseyori
Though Tope Alabi’s criticism was targeted at condemning the song and Yinka Alaseyori, it turned out to be a free publicity for her as this introduces the song to many followers of Tope Alabi.
In a live video on Instagram, Yinka Alaseyori, did not make direct comments on the issue. She appreciated her fans for supporting her. She sang her popular worship songs and some Tope Alabi’s songs also.