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Entertainment of Thursday, 10 January 2019


Stop the nonsense! – Obaapa Christy blasts musician for saying ‘W’sue me’ is a ‘diss’ song to Pastor Love

Your favorite entertainment blog, somewhere last week reported that one US-based Ghanaian gospel musician named Esaaba Haizel in an interview with revealed that Obaapa Christy’s new jam titled “W’asue Me” is nothing but a diss song to her first husband, Pastor Love.

According to Esaaba Haizel in the interview in question, ace gospel musicians not excluding Obaapa Christy should set good examples so that the budding ones can emulate accordingly. Therefore, it hurts her when Obaapa Christy taking into consideration her repute in the gospel music business has defy all odds to record a diss song.

The song under discussion “W’asue Me” talks about how God has saved her (Obaapa Christy) by carrying all her burdens and now, she’s totally free. However, Esaaba Haizel thinks that the burden Obaapa Christy is making reference to is nothing but her estranged husband, Pastor Love.

Below is the song in question:

After the publication, we’ve gathered that management of Obaapa Christy not excluding herself couldn’t take it lightly as they’ve jumped into the DM (direct messenger) of Esaaba Haizel to register their displeasure with uncouth words.

Per the screenshots available to us, management of Obaapa Christy warned Esaaba to stop the nonsense by talking ill about the trending vibe, “W’asue Me” because she isn’t blameless or Holy as she thinks!! They further admonished her (Esaaba) to stay wise by minding her own business and other unprintable words.

Ahh well, we thought beef in our music industry existed among only the secular musicians not knowing Gospel musicians too can go to the such extent. Enough, will follow this emerging brouhaha between Obaapa Christy and Esaaba Haizel (Esaaba won New Artiste of The Year at the just ended National Gospel Music Awards) and update you accordingly.

Check out screenshots below:

Listen to “Nhyiraba” by Esaaba Haizel