Video of Obofour's church members dancing Patapaa's 'one corner' goes viral

Video of Obofour's church members dancing Patapaa's 'one corner' goes viral

- Ghanaian musician Patapaa has shared a video of Obofour's church members dancing to his 'One Corner' song

- In the video, the junior pastors and members of the Anointed Palace Church were dancing to the ground as they practice the 'One Corner' dance

- Fans of Patapaa and social media users, however, did not find the video interesting as they jab Obofour and his members

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Popular Ghanaian rapper Patapaa, known in real life as Justice Amoah has incurred the anger of Ghanaians after posting a video of Obofour's congregation dancing to his 'One Corner' song.

In the video, the Anointed Palace Church members were seen running up and down the church auditorium upon hearing Patapaa's 'One Corner' song played.

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While some were running, others lay on the floor as some other junior pastors climbed their speakers and hide behind the pulpit.

Some of the members practised the popular 'One Corner' dance which many Ghanaians abhor on several occasions.

After posting the video, Patapaa wrote: "#One_Corner inside A.P.C The Guy on top of speakers tho #RevObofour #Pa2PaSoja."

However, fans and social media users did not find the video interesting enough as they criticized Rev. Obofour and his church members:

@r.k.yeboah expressed pity for the church: "It’s a sad day for Christianity in GHANA."

@maame_adwoa29 opposed the funny nature of the video: "This is never funny. May God have mercy on us."

@i.love_klevie felt sorry for the church members: "What has the church turn into, end time is really near."

@obengelsie had this to say: "This is crazy I think the members have been Hypnotized."

@giftedshady commented: "Shameless Pastors God will come and u there S3wagyemia."

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Deducing from the comments, it is evident that Ghanaians do not find the video funny but rather regard it as a violation for that song to be played in a church.

In other news, YEN.com.gh has published a story about Kumawood comic actor Mmebusem after he bounced back with another funny video.

After his misunderstanding with Saliko, Mmebusem has released a new Jesus video about Obinim and Obofour.

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