Last Saturday, the ‘Covenant keeping God’ composer, Sonnie Badu married Ann Marie Davis at the Trinity Baptist Church in London. The wedding has generated a lot of controversy and attacks after the Gospel Artiste and his wife danced to a secular music (Adult music) by Samini and Kwabena Kwabena . Whilst some people do not see anything wrong with it, the other half are disappointed in the Artiste.
A Facebook post this morning by astute radio Presenter, Doctorr Asanka who was with Adom FM and now with Aseda FM in Takoradi started the whole brouhaha. Doctorr Asanka’s post which had over 40 comments read;
— SONNIE BADU (@SonnieBaduuk) August 25, 2014
Even though there is nothing wrong with the song but a Gospel Artiste dancing to a song with explicit content makes the issue an eyebrow-raising.
Are you satisfied with Sonnie’s reply and do you see anything wrong with him dancing to ‘Adult music?’
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