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“Small Fame Una Go Dey Mock God”- Like Asake, Adekunle Faces Backlash With New Music Video

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Adekunle Kosoko, sometimes known as Adekunle Gold, is a Nigerian afrobeat musician. He recently created a music video for his smash single, “The Life I Chose.”

Adekunle Gold, who recently closed out the OVO Arena in London, released a clip from the song video to his Instagram page. This attracted a lot of attention online.

In the short film, Adekunle Gold was seen singing and relaxing on a chair, giving the impression that he led a comfortable life.

He was seen staring at a crucifix that was lying against the wall in a different video, though, and he had something on his head that looked like the crown of thorns that Jesus Christ wore.

“Small Fame Una Go Dey Mock God”- Like Asake, Adekunle Faces Backlash With New Music Video

Subsequently, the film has sparked discussions on social media, with some people criticizing the creator for disparaging Christians specifically.

Read comments below,

arthxrblaze: “Leave Christian relics alone.”

toviierari: “We don’t want abeg.”

mr_foh_ “Song of the summer lets go…”

blissmark_okwuchukwu: “small fame una go they mock god.”

princelou_faragama_: “Wassup with yall and blasphemy?”

iamyankyfire: “Christian brothers mocking christ… Let’s see how this turn out.. U call it concept but this is spiritual than u see in physical.”

Source: Vimbuzz.com

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