Playing Secular Music in Church Should not be Seen as ‘Bad’ or ‘Evil’ — Stonebwoy

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Dancehall star Stonebwoy has called on Ghanaians who complain when pastors play secular music in their churches to ‘chill’ because there’s nothing wrong with it.

According to the ‘Baafira’ hitmaker, we are all children of God, including those of them who sing secular music, therefore their songs cannot be tagged as demonic simply because it’s not gospel.

Stonebwoy made these observations in a video sighted on social media. According to him, nobody complains when gospel music is played in a bar but everyone loses their mind when the opposite happens and a secular song is played in a church.

“Nobody complains when gospel music is played in the pub or at the bar but when secular music that is popular among the people is played in the church people go haywire,” he said.

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He added that those criticizing churches and pastors who play such songs must first look at themselves before trying to paint those churches black.

“Leave the churches alone, the body of Christ is you and I. Let us not use the opportunity to express hate or ignorance towards the church or its people, Christians or people who have a certain belief and are open-minded as well.

“Remember that the body of Christ is actually not the temple sitting out there it’s you. The temple of God is the body you have…your body my body and only God knows what we do to our bodies on daily basis.” he said.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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