- Duncan-Williams' son, Daniel, has detailed how he fell out with his dad
- In a video, Daniel, said his dad treated him as if he was a prisoner all because he wanted to become a secular musician
- The young Duncan-Williams then used unprintable words on his father
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Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams' son, Daniel, has opened up about how he picked a fight with his father in a new video.
The last born of the respected man of God has detailed how his dad failed to support his musical career.
In an Insta live session with singer Sista Afia, who happens to be his cousin, Daniel indicated that he desires to become a secular musician.
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The young Duncan-Williams said his dad never supported him because he sees musicians doing secular music as devils.
Daniel said he told his dad that he can never be like him so he should allow him to do his music because he is following his heart desires.
He then revealed he was frustrated and depressed even 21 years when he decided to leave his dad's house.
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In narrating his ordeal, Danie said his father treated him like he was 5-years-old by letting bodyguards followed him everywhere he goes.
He said when he left the house, Duncan-Williams cursed him saying he is going to die for allowing the devil to use him by deciding to do secular music.
In the video, Daniel went hard on his dad as he used unprintable words on him.
Watch the video below:
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Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported a story of how Daniel was arrested by the police in the US over his recent outbursts, on the morning of Wednesday, June 10, 2020.
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