A respected Ghanaian UK-based gospel musician, Sonnie Badu is calling for urgent control measures and restrictions on the famous ‘one corner’ dance craze.
According to the singer, it is becoming more dangerous and life threatening for people engaging in the ‘one corner’ dance.
Sonnie Badu sharing his views on what appears to have become public nuisance on various social media platforms said he seriously got worried to see people performing the dance under vehicles.
He also said he was utterly shocked to see people performed the ‘one corner’ dance whiles in a moving truck.
The Ghanaian gospel legend added that he even became more alarmed after seeing people on social media climbed onto electric poles whiles performing the dance.
“It’s getting dangerous. I saw someone climb an electric pole, I saw someone climb a tipper truck, I saw someone run under a car, and I saw someone dancing while cars were moving. Now this is getting out of hands. Do you want to wait until you hear somebody dead before you say ‘one corner’ killed him?” he queried.
The famous gospel star insisted that he is not trying to downplay the hard work of the young Ghanaian artiste behind the song, but only worried about turn of event around the dance.
He added he totally agrees that once in a while social trends come up for people to jump onto it.
However, he says he believes there would have been restrictions if ‘one corner’ dance happened in other countries.
Meanwhile, a popular Rev. Minister in Accra has revealed that the artiste behind the song Patapaa, consulted demonic spirits in a desperate efforts to punch himself into fame.
The president of the Chayil Women Movement and Head Pastor of WordAflame Family Chapel, Rev. Mrs Jennifer Selly says the ‘One corner’ song and the dance is demonic emanating from the pit of hell.
The ‘Woman of God’ over the weekend cautioned her congregation and the general public not to get involved in the ‘One corner’ dance, since they could be selling their souls to the devil.
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