A social media user has waded into the ongoing drama between the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA) and three popular artistes in the Nigerian entertainment industry.
Recall that Legit.ng previously reported that singer Davido was the first to heavily berate the COZA authorities after a video advert that featured him was shared by them.
The singer had noted that he had no idea that the recording which he innocently made for a fan would be used for promotional purposes.
Similarly, singer Tiwa Savage and Wizkid also took to social media to air their reservations against the use of a video they had recorded with the intention of sharing how God has been good to them.
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Although, Wizkid’s post was perceived by some online users as an indirect shade directed to his colleague, Davido.
Reacting to the drama, an internet user identified as Adesola on Twitter, pointed out that the Soco crooner never subbed Davido. Instead, all three artistes were taken for a ride by the authorities of COZA.
"Apparently wizkid is not subbing David, he was also recorded in a COZA fraudulent video, Tiwa was recorded too. Mehn! Everything about Abbey is fraudulent. Asked celebs to talk about God, then used them to promote your event and launder your damaged reputation. Mad o!," Adesola tweeted.
See the post below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that rapper Yung6ix came out to highlight the reasons for the influx of fake pastors in the country. The rapper noted that the level of poverty and packaging is the reason why fake men of God thrive in Nigeria.
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