Saturday, May 30, 2020

Obaapa Christy’s New Jam, “W’asue Me” Is Spiritually Empty & A Diss To First Husband, Pastor Love – Says Gospel Musician Esaaba Haizel

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As most Gospel artists in Ghana are struggling to release a trending vibe, Obaapa Christy formerly known as Christina Love has managed to win the hearts of music enthusiasts with “W’asue Me” off her recently released album christened “W’agye Me”.

Per the lyrical composition of the trending vibe “W’asue Me”, Obaapa Christy talks about how the ultimate reality or otherwise known as God has saved her by carrying all her burdens and now, she’s totally free. However, one US-based Ghanaian Gospel artist, Esaaba Haizel has come out with a different interpretation to the song all together.

In the rightful thinking of Esaaba Haizel in a virtual interview with QuooFante of The weekend Joy Show on GHradio1 fame, Obaapa Christy’s song is nothing but spiritually empty and a diss to first husband, Pastor Love.

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To explain further, Esaaba emphatically stated all that Obaapa Christy is trying to say in the song is that Pastor Love was a burden to her throughout their marriage and now that he’s ‘no more’, she’s free forever!

Esaaba who won New Artiste of The Year at the just ended National Gospel Music Awards added that it’s just unfortunate that a Gospel musician of Obaapa Christy’s caliber to release a diss song. To her, such behavior will affect wannabe Gospel musicians negatively.

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She went further to reveal that Brother Sammy was rebuked when he released Nnipa Fo (a diss to Cecilia Marfo) but she can’t understand why Obaapa Christy has not been rebuked accordingly by the top-notch Gospel acts in the country.

Esaaba Haizel concluded that only the ending part of “W’asue Me” by Obaapa Christy connotes true Gospel but the rest of the lyrics from the inception are all profane or a diss to her first love.

Listen the song under scrutiny below from the camp of Obaapa Christy

 

Source || Adu Sarpeah || GHBase•Com ||

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