Adeyinka Alaseyori, a promising gospel minister who has been embroiled in a crisis that has rocked social media over criticism of her hit song, “Oniduro Mi,” by a popular gospel artiste, Tope Alabi, has finally responded to the crisis.
As she did during her birthday praise concert on Tuesday night, Alaseyori pleaded with her fans to keep the peace, just as she did when she described the senior gospel musician, Tope Alabi, as “a mother in the industry,”
It gives me great joy to worship and praise the Lord. ” And I’d like to state that I’d like everyone on the planet to join me. Please, let there be no more wars or violence. Our mother is Mummy Tope Alabi. Peace and happiness in God are what we should strive for,” she concluded.
As a result of Tope Alabi’s public criticism at a music ministerial meeting, in which he claimed the hit song by Adeyinka Alaseyori lacked “spirituality,” the duo has been in the spotlight since Saturday.
When Tope Alabi made her statement, it became the talk of the town, as she was roundly criticized by the public for her stance on the song in question.
It was eventually possible to defuse the tension, particularly on social media, because Alaseyori had exhibited maturity to soothe her fans, admonishing them to embrace peace and show love to Tope Alabi.