Gospel singer jabs Stonebwoy for supporting the church which played Kpoo Keke

Gospel singer jabs Stonebwoy for supporting the church which played Kpoo Keke

Gospel musician, Rev. Emmanuel Kyei Boate known in showbiz as Quesi Boate has slammed popular dancehall artiste Stonebwoy for defending Believers of Anointed Palace Church.

According to Quesi Boate, Stonebwoy does not know about theology enough to make a theological explanation in his defense about the 'Kpoo Keke in church' saga.

In a long post that he wrote on Facebook, Quesi Boate expressed his disappointment in Stonebwoy for defending Believers of Anointed Palace Church for playing 'Kpoo Keke' in church.

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Quesi Boate debunked the theological explanation Stonebwoy gave in his defense video concerning the body of Christ not being the church but individuals.

The gospel singer who is also a pastor at the Bolgatanga branch of the Pentecost International Worship Center explained that "what we call a Church is a people built by Jesus himself and it’s not an individual."

"The church is a people called out. The church is a group of believing Christians. Those who have been set apart," he added.

Quesi Boate went further to explain that there could be a group of people in a church but they are not believers of Christ.

He added that the physical structures called 'church' does not necessarily make the auditorium a place of worship.

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Quesi Boate siding with his theological explanation slammed Rev. Obofour for allowing his members to dance to 'Kpoo Keke' in the church auditorium.

"Priests who are called out cannot be sitting in church and dancing to Kpo k3k3 or whatever it is. That’s a joke!," he wrote.

The singer's long post followed a video that Stonebwoy posted on his Instagram page concerning the viral video he posted earlier.

After a section of Ghanaians lambasted Rev. Obofour for allowing his church members to dance to 'Kpoo Keke' in their auditorium, Stonebwoy jumped to their defense.

In the video, Stonebwoy made some theological analysis as he cautioned people to refrain from spewing hate speeches against Rev. Obofour and his church.

But it seems Stonebwoy's reaction and defense for the church has rather fueled other counter arguments concerning the saga.

It is in light of the counter arguments that Quesi Boate wrote the long Facebook post to dispute Stonebwoy's theological explanations.

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