Oyekan noted that the confidence of those affected baffles him as they insist they are unapologetically children of God but listen to ungodly music.
He went on to cite an example of how some supposed Christians would listen to a song by Nathaniel Bassey after listening to Asake.
Oyekan, during a ministration, said such people were living in a confused state as there was no way they could hear from God.
“At the end of the year, when people were tagging some of us for their Spotify, Apple review for the year, and the people they listen to, you will see one secular musician. And then you will see Nathaniel Bassey. I’d say what is he doing there?” he said.
“Your confidence baffles me, how will you hear God, you are living in a confused state. Someone is telling you as it is with the world, another is telling you how it is with God, which one do you want to pick. Nathaniel Bassey does it for me but you just played brother Asake. And you are bold to share it online. Sometimes I look at their profile some of them will write unapologetically a child of God.”
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Meanwhile, his comment have been attracting reactions on social media.
A user, kcemenike, said, “If Christianity were only by the music we listen to, I would be in the category of Moses the Prophet. The level of sacrifice required, apart from losing your attraction to any music that is not psalms/hymns/spiritual songs ehn, is very high Make GOD dey help person abeg.”
victoronyokere said, “Should Christians not listen to Asake and the likes? I’m honestly asking.”