Delete 'Awurama' Song And Video From Your Phones — Born Again Lord Paper Warns Ghanaians



After turning over a new leaf, rapper Lord Paper has called on all Ghanaians who still have the audio or video of his breakout single ‘Awurama’ to delete it from any electronic device it’s on.
According to Lord Paper, he’s a new man, he has denounced the song which made him famous and no one should listen to it or download it anymore.
Lord Paper as we can all recall shot to fame after he released a p0rnographic music video to his single ‘Awurama’.
The video showed Paper and a model, later identified as Nana Yaa Jamaican, engaged in pretty explicit s£xual actions. That is to say the entire video was a s£xual act to say it went viral would be an understatement.

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However, recently Lord Paper went to see Bishop Charles Agyinasare, a meeting he later posted on social media and vowed has made him a changed man.
Speaking on Zylofon Fm over why he went to meet the Bishop, Lord Paper admitted that a friend had told him he dreamt of his death and his mother also had a similar dream twice, making him scared to go and seek for God’s help.
Therefore he decided to visit the pastor for prayers and he has become born again because he doesn’t want to die.
In light of that, he added that he has disowned his own song and anyone who has it should delete and not listen to it or watch the video anymore.

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