- A white garment church pastor has got many people talking online as he used Naira Marley's song to preach
- In a clip shared on Instagram, the clergyman commended the musician's brilliance in singing a song that makes much sense
- Many Nigerians who reacted to the video said that smoking does not negatively affect a person's IQ as popularly believed
An unnamed Nigerian pastor has caused much stir on social media as he infused Naira Marley's song into his sermon.
While on the pulpit and preaching, the man used words from Aye song to flesh out his sermon. He sang:
"Aye yi o le o (aye yi o le). Aye lo m'aye. (The world is not hard, people make it hard.)"
He smokes but has sense
In a video shared by Tunde Ednut, his choir members also backed him up in the brief rendition. The pastor said Naira Marley makes a lot of his sense even though he smokes.
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After singing the song, he also used other words of the musician: "Eyin lema sin iya yin" (you will be the one to bury your mother."
Watch the video below:
At the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 200,000 views with more than 2,000 comments.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"Herbs Enhances the Mind. don’t just abuse the Herbs."
"I don dey tell them since say person wey mad go mad. Igbo no dey mad person."
"Naira Marley get better point for that song oo."
"As far he's wearing that garment anything he says is correct."
"It's the backup Singer for me."
"Me I go like Dey go this church oo."
A man vibed to Naira Marley's song
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the video of a physically challenged man dancing to Marley's Koleyewon had gone viral online as people were amazed by it all.
In the clip, the young man made cool gbese and the popular hand moves popularised by Zlatan's Lagos Anthem.
The 15-second video is really a great delight to watch. If there was a dancing competition right there, the man could easily be a winner with his spontaneous dexterity.