- Dr. Lawrence Tetteh has indicated that gospel act, Sonnie Badu ran some errands for him
- According to the man of God, he introduced Sonnie Badu onto the international stage
Ghanaian international evangelist and founder of the World Miracle Outreach, Dr. Lawrence Tetteh, has opened up on some of the duties multiple award-winning gospel act, Sonnie Badu did for him as his spiritual son.
Speaking at the funeral ceremony of late Ebony Reigns, known in real life as Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng, the popular man of God revealed that Sonnie Badu was his spiritual son and he had been blessed as a result of his humility.
Rev. Dr. Lawrence Tetteh went on to reveal that Sonnie Badu used to wash his clothes and polish his shoes as a sign of respect whenever he came to visit him at home.
The man of God added that he was the one who introduced Sonnie Badu to the rest of the world by giving him his first international exposure.
He said he received a call from the singer, who was in Atlanta, informing him of a concert he was about to perform at.
According to the man of God, the stage on which Sonnie Badu was billed to perform was one of the biggest in the world.
Dr. Lawrence Tetteh was the officiating minister at the funeral ceremony of late Ebony Reigns. However, he has come under some public backlash on social media after he made some comments during the funeral of the late singer.
According to the evangelist, he paid the mortuary bills of the late singer and also purchased the glass casket in which she was buried.
During the sermon, the man of God revealed that Ebony Reigns was going straight to heaven because she lived a totally different life that what the public saw.
It has been purported that Dr. Lawrence Tetteh was one of Ebony's spiritual fathers. The two were seen in a photo together just days before the singer's unfortunate death.
Ebony died in a gory accident on the Sunyani-Kumasi road while returning to Accra from Sunyani.
Her childhood friend and PA, Franky Kuri and one air force official, Francis Atsu Vondee, who posed as a bodyguard also died in the car crash.
She was buried at the Osu Cemetery in the Greater Accra region.
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