The popular gospel singer tope alabi, while ministering at a vigil in the early hours of June 12, criticized the term a fellow gospel singer, Adeyinka Alaseyori, used in hailing God.
Adeyinka referred to God as “Oniduro” in one of her songs but Tope found fault with this 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.
Viewers felt Tope Alabi could have called the singer privately or could have handled the situation better and they called her out for it.
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Why is Tope Alabi criticizing another person’s song this way in public?— Man of Letters. (@Letter_to_Jack) June 13, 2021
If I’m correct, ‘Onídùró mi’ translates to ‘my guarantor’, how is it wrong to tag Jesus as your guarantor?
What do you think? pic.twitter.com/ZaI40OJFbj
“Oniduro mi” was the gospel song of year 2020. Now “Aye Ope yo” is like the song of 2021. E reach to pain Tope Alabi 😂— Series Abíọ́dún ☻ (@Engr_Series) June 12, 2021
Tope Alabi publicly condemned Yinka Alaseyori’s Onídùró mi song but God changed the criticism to free PR.— Adetutu Balogun, MBA (@Tutsy22) June 13, 2021
Genesis 50:20 But as for you, you meant evil against me; but God meant it for good, in order to bring it about as it is this day, to save many people alive.
Tope Alabi: EMI mimo asked me to shut up when I wanted to sing ‘Oniduro’— Ab Samuel (@mr_absamuel) June 13, 2021
Emi Mimo: pic.twitter.com/ZOD2NepDXi
Tope Alabi’s Holy Spirit explaining the Oniduro song to her 😂 pic.twitter.com/IBtXCipZtV— Otunba (@ogbenioloyede) June 13, 2021