Young Ghanaian hip-pop and Afrobeat artiste, Michael Takyi-Frimpong, better known as Lord Paper, has promised not to release any more ‘seminude’ music videos.
According to the musician, he has changed his ways from the ‘worldly life’ to a Godly one after a prayer session with the founder of Perez Chapel International, Bishop Charles Agyinasare.
The musician, who appears to have turned over a new leaf has made a turn to God after his controversial music video, ‘Awurama’ in 2016 went viral, attracting so many criticisms.
These negative comments according to entertainment pundits threw big blows to the promising music career of Lord Paper.
But the musician in his latest post has shared a photo on social media posing with Bishop Charles Agyinasare as a way of starting his new Christian journey.
The Lord Paper who was excited to have met the prominent ‘Man of God’ with a caption that decisively states that he has turned away from his former lifestyle.
“Was a life changing meeting with you Daddy Pastor Agyin Asare. Thanks for the prayers, I’ve repented for good. The devil can’t use me again. Proud of the new me,” Lord tweeted on Tuesday.
However, Lord Paper did not explain what pushed him to consult the prominent Bishop, leading to his new-found faith.
With his new approach, many believe the musician has brought the release of his explicit music videos to an abrupt end.
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