Popular Pastor and political commentator Tunde Bakare came under fire from gospel musician Kenny Kore because his church Latter Rain Assembly announced plans to allow Korede Bello come perform in their church.
Should secular musicians be allowed to perform in churches? This question causes wahala anytime it is mentioned. The furor that erupted after Korede Bello was spotted performing his mega hit song Godwin in a church in Lagos in 2016 is still fresh in our minds and The furor that erupted after Korede Bello was spotted performing his mega hit song Godwin in a church in Lagos in 2016 is still fresh in our minds and NAIJ.com covered it extensively. But now, Korede is involved in another church performance scandal.
The Latter Rain Assembly a church headed by popular Pastor and political commentator Tunde Bakare recently announced an event where Korede Bello was to come and perform since he is allegedly a member of their church. However this did not seat well with gospel musician Kenny Kore formerly a member of popular gospel group Infinity.
Kore took to his Instagram page to write that Korede may be a member of the church but his type of music disqualifies him from performing in church.
See his post below:
"Unbelievers may come into the assembly of the Saints in the hope that they would be DISCIPLED FIRST, repent from their old ways, then they may become ministers. If Korede Bello has been DISCIPLED unto Jesus by Latter Rain, his music sure doesn't show it.And such lavish approval for a secular musician that Latter Rain has recently displayed is CARELESS. It sets a bad precedence for youths who have hitherto remained in the churches unspoilt by the world. #UntilWeComeToTheUnityOfFaith
READ YOUR BIBLE, MEDITATE, PRAY, AND OBEY GOD...Kuorire"
Do you agree with Kore? Or do you feel music can be enjoyed anywhere?
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