- Badu Kobi has reacted to reports of his daughter being caught in an adult tape scandal
- In his latest video, the controversial man of God has laughed off the reports
- According to him, it was a false story by bloggers to make money
The founder and leader of Glorious Wave Chapel International, Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi has brushed off reports that his daughter has been caught in an adult video scandal.
According to Badu Kobi, the reports were fabrications by people who hate him and some bloggers have sought make money off it.
Reports surfaced that on Thursday, August 8, 2019, that Prophet Badu Kobi's daughter had been involved in an adult video which had supposedly leaked online.
Later checks by YEN.com.gh revealed that the supposed video was of the daughter of one Prophet Stephen Kobi said to be the head pastor of King’s Embassy Church in the Bono region.
Speaking to his congregants at Friday's evening service, Badu Kobi could not help but laugh off the reports especially at the part which said the young lady found in the video was called Anita.
Badu Kobi cited other reports that claim his wife, Gloria Badu Kobi who was in church with him, had divorced him to further buttress his point that all such reports about him were not true.
"The bloggers do that on purpose. They are hungry and want to make some money off me. We should allow them to eat a bit," he jovially stated.
While he sounded mild about the reports, he sounded a warning to the publishers of such fake stories that there would be curses following them.
Meanwhile, Badu Kobi has made another contentious statement against Asantes after coming under fire for similar controversial comments he made recently.
This time, Prophet Badu Kobi has described men from the Asante tribe as people who have unnecessary pride.
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Source: Yen Newspaper