- Nigerian cleric, Chris Omashola, recently described singer Naira Marley as a son of perdition
- The apostle also said that the singer is a deliberate satanic arrangement for the sole purpose of destroying destinies
- Omashola warned youths to be careful and desist from calling themselves marlians
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Apostle Chris Omashola has come for popular singer Naira Marley yet again, with his tweets and warnings.
Omashola who put up one of the singer's tweets said that he is leading this current generation to doom as he is a son of perdition and damnation.
He continued by saying that young people should be careful as the Opotoyi crooner who is a satanic distraction is modelling youths in the wrong way.
In another tweet, the cleric warned youths not to follow Naira Marley's ways or call themselves any of his fan names as he is a deliberate satanic arrangement to destroy destinies from a young age.
Omasholsa also urged parents and guardians to be aware and prayerful.
Check out his tweets below:
The apostle's tweets got people talking as most people declared him unfit to condemn someone, considering what he has done himself.
Read some of the comments below:
"Oga, you're not following the footsteps of Christ. Christ didn't condemn even Mary Magdalene who was a prostitute the way you're condemning this man."
"I still have your s*x tape o. I'm no naira Marley fan but you and he are both on the same page. He's not worse than you are."
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"See this man sha, condemning another human for sinning differently. Are you the holy one? Cast the first stone naa."
"No be the same Chris omashola whose amoral escapades trended here on twitter, or there is another one? Shift to one side boss. Being genuinely humane is the greatest form of Christianity. Most of y'all are hypocrites, let people do what they like, face your front and drink water."
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A Twitter user, Emeka Godwin, came under one of the actress' tweets to accuse her of 'selling her womb' and advised the singer to 'make herself fruitful and replenish'.
Rather than slam the troll, Ikpe-Etim simply replied calmly and even prayed for the individual.