Since breaking into the Nigerian music scene, Naira Marley has remained a talking point.
His recent smash hit,‘Tesumole’, seemed to have raised some major concerns about its label as a gospel. However, Nairamarley claims that Tesumole is a gospel song via his social media page.
Listen to Tesumole here.
Apostle Chris Omatsola, a religious socio-political Evangelist, revealed via Twitter that God told him that Naira Marley is a Demon and is satanic.
Falling on the tenth prophecy, he mentioned that his songs are demonically inspired. Hence, he urges Nigerian youths to desist from calling themselves Marlians. The apostle also advised him to change his ways before its too late.
See his tweet below;
The most appalling news yet so far about the street hop sensation made the rounds yesterday across social media recently. He was allegedly accused of being connected with a car theft.
Rather distasteful to the ears and eyes, it is obvious that the intent of the allegation is aimed at tarnishing the image of the musician.
However, we did fact-checking and highlighted a few points to identify a few reasons why Nairamarley being involved in a car theft will most certainly be untrue.