Tope Alabi's husband reacts to viral video of her doing 'worldly' dance

Tope Alabi's husband reacts to viral video of her doing 'worldly' dance

- Popular gospel singer, Tope Alabi, recently got social media buzzing after a video of her dancing went viral

- A number of people complained about her mode of dancing as they could not reconcile it with a gospel singer

- Tope Alabi’s husband, Soji, has reacted to the backlash his wife received for the video

- Soji said that his wife did nothing wrong and that she danced during her father’s burial

Nigeria, like most African societies, can sometimes be a judgemental and hypocritical one with people criticising others for doing things they are also guilty of.

Just recently, popular gospel singer, Tope Alabi, got Nigerians talking on social media after a video of her dancing went viral.

In the video, the singer was seen showing off her dance steps which some people termed as worldly.

Tope Alabi's husband reacts to viral video of her doing 'worldly' dance
In the video, the singer was seen showing off her dance steps which some people termed as worldly.
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In the short clip, Alabi was seen doing the popular zanku and ‘gbe body e’ moves as she added a bit of ‘galala’ and other steps that are popular amongst youths.

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Well, the singer’s husband, Soji Alabi, has spoken in his wife’s defence. In a phone call interview with Celebrity Diary, he said that his wife did nothing wrong by dancing the way she did.

Tope Alabi's husband, Soji, has spoken in his wife’s defence after her viral dance.
Tope Alabi's husband, Soji, has spoken in his wife’s defence after her viral dance.
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In his words: “People should not just believe things without finding out the reasons. That video was definitely recorded at the wake keep service of my wife’s late father. As somebody who just lost her father, she was just trying to dance away the tears and she just expressed herself. Nobody saw her when she was crying, but now they are against her for dancing?

“The wake keep was organized by some gospel artists and it was held in front of her late father’s house. Somebody must have recorded the video and sent it online for reasons best known to only God. My wife has done nothing wrong please.”

In related news, Legit.ng reported that Tope Alabi explained why she danced in the manner she did.

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According to the singer, she was at her father’s burial and she needed that dance.

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Taiwo Owolawi (Entertainment Editor) Taiwo Owolawi is an entertainment and lifestyle journalist with four years of work experience at Legit.ng. She graduated from Osun State University with a degree in English and International Studies in 2016. She has also moved on to pursue courses in Public Relations and Copywriting. Taiwo emerged as Legit.ng's Best Entertainment Editor in 2022. Contact: taiwo.owolawi@corp.legit.ng.

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