Popular highlife act, Kwame Kaakyire Fosu, known widely as K.K Fosu, has opened up on why he was seen in a video singing some of his love songs during a visit to the International God's Way Church headed by Bishop Daniel Obinim.
According to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Ghanaweb.com. the musician made the revelation while speaking in an interview with Amansan Krakye on Radio Central, GBC radio in Cape Coast.
The 'Sudwe' singer indicated that he paid a visit to Obinim's church because they were having a programme and wanted to use that as an avenue to see the popular preacher.
K.K Fosu went on to reveal that during the programme, there was a slot for a break and was asked by Obinim to entertain the congregation with his songs.
The singer indicated that he was aware of the ramifications of singing secular songs in church but due to the 'permission' he received from 'Angel' Obinim, he carried on to perform.
In effect, he rubbished claims that he sang the love songs in the presence of God on his own volition, knowing he was in a 'sanctified' space.
He however stated that the songs he sang were love-inspired and were not vulgar at all even though they had nothing to do with the gospel.
“Whatever happens in our lives I see to be the plans of God. It wasn’t my wish to go there and sing, I went to visit the man of God because he was having a programme that week.
"So that time we got there he was going to preach so we decided to do some prayers while we wait for him but it got to a time they had go for a break and Obinim asked me to entertain the congregation.
"Actually, I was shocked so it wasn’t intentional and the songs I sang too wasn’t profane or anything that’s against God’s law”, he revealed.
Not too long ago, YEN.com.gh reported a story after sighting a video of the highlife artiste, K.K. Fosu, delivering a performance at Bishop Daniel Obinim's International Godsway Church (IGWC).
In the video which was recorded at the Accra branch of Obinim's church, K.K. Fosu is seen singing some of his most popular songs.
Among the songs he performed were his sensual cool highlife, 'Kyere Me', and other love songs like 'Obaapa', and 'Number 1'.
The church members could be seen dancing their heads off as K.K. entertained them with his silky voice.
Obinim himself who was sitting in a sofa while the performance was going on was nodding his head all through.
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