- Fuse ODG has caused a stir on social media with his latest video
- The singer has burned an image of a 'white' Jesus and called it idolatry
- Prior to taking the controversial action, Fuse indicated that Africans had to take some responsibilities independently
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Multiple award-winning British-Ghanaian recording artiste, Nana Richard Abiona, better known by his stage name Fuse ODG, has burnt down the pictorial image of “supposed” Jesus in a video.
According to him, the image of Jesus we see is the root cause of all our problems as Africans and only a way through which our “oppressors” paint themselves in the image of a god.
He said we need to take our faith into our own hands and not in a mere image, as the Bible even stated:
We should not create for ourselves images in the form of a man or woman or any creature on earth.
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He went further to make claims that the image of Jesus was the seed that gave birth to Adolf Hitler and his doctrines, the apartheid in South Africa, and many others.
The TINA crooner added:
We have responsibilities to deal with our own truth.
The popular musician added that, as Africans, we need to take our fate into our own hands. He added that we need to worship God in spirit and in truth.
Fuse ODG then went ahead and set the image of Jesus Christ ablaze with the aid of a bonfire.
As the image burned, he stood and watched even though he was aware he would receive some backlash.
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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a woman who would not let her husband be snatched from her has taken steps to expose the alleged wrecker of her marriage by printing her details on fliers.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the side chick's details including her pretty face, name, and MTN number were displayed on the flier.
The scorned wife, who was not having any shenanigans, added a message to the details and asked the lady to steer clear of her husband.
The caption of the flier read, "Husband Snatcher. Jatu, The Home Wrecker. Beware of Dogs."
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Source: Yen Newspaper