- Popular preacher Bishop Thunder has claimed that gospel musicians Ernest Opoku and Brother Sammy should have slept with a lot of women than they did
- Bishop Thunder noted that it was the fear of God in the musicians that made them sleep with only a few women
- The controversial pastor jabbed ladies for being cunning, claiming that women find ways into the life of popular people
Founder and leader of Jesus House Pentecostal Ministry, Bishop Thunder has applauded gospel musicians Ernest Opoku and Brother Sammy for sleeping with few women.
According to the controversial preacher, the two gospel musicians should have slept with many more women.
In an interview with Zion Felix, Bishop Thunder expressed support for Ernest Opoku and Brother Sammy.
"Ernest Opoku and co have done well, the should have slept with more women than they actually did," he claimed.
"They have been able to control themselves. Women are a type of people who will follow you when you become famous," he added.
He narrated an instance where female church members come to him as their pastor but end up proposing to him.
"Ernest Opoku and Brother Sammy are humans so it is even because they have the spirit of God in them that they did not sleep with more women than they did," he stressed.
Kindly skip to 33:50 for exact words of Bishop Thunder. Source: Zion Felix
Bishop Thunder claimed that the women these two gospel musicians slept with are small, applauding them for not having affair with much.
He backed his comments with the saying that humans are not perfect so the gospel musicians are also humans likely to commit sin.
The preacher alleged that some pastors go to the extent of sleeping with about eighteen women in a day.
His comments follow the claim by actresses Nayas, Mary Obeng among others that Ernest Opoku and Brother Sammy have slept with them.
The two gospel musicians have been accused of having an affair with a lot of women due to their fame.
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