Ghanaian Pastor Jams To King Paluta's Hit Song, Video Sparks Controversy: "Touch Not My Anointed"

Ghanaian Pastor Jams To King Paluta's Hit Song, Video Sparks Controversy: "Touch Not My Anointed"

  • A video of a Ghanaian pastor jamming to one of King Paluta's bangers, Aseda, has sparked controversy online
  • The pastor was spotted in the video passionately dancing to the hit song while a woman sang in the background
  • Netizens who thronged the comment section expressed varied opinions on the video, as some lauded the pastor's dance moves while others expressed concerns

A Ghanaian pastor turned his church into a vibrant dancefloor during a recent service by dancing passionately to King Paluta's hit song, Aseda.

The founder and leader of Shining Grace Chapel International, Prophet Azuka, was seen happily displaying flawless dance moves while a woman sang the song word for word.

Ghanaian pastor dancing to King Paluta's Aseda sparks controversy
Ghanaian pastor passionately dances to King Paluta's song. Photo credit: EDHUB
Source: Twitter

His enthusiasm transformed the atmosphere of the church, turning it into a lively place.

Some congregants, who were infested by the pastor's mood, could also be heard singing in the background.

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Netizens react to video

The video has sparked a flurry of reactions online. Netizens are divided over the video as some commended the pastor over his dance moved while others criticised him for dancing to a secular artiste's song.

@AbeikuSZN wrote:

"Touch not my anointed."

@JP Styles wrote:

"You go do mmmmm."

@LupeScarBelli wrote:

"I’m A Muslim but this is not Christianity…tweeaaa"

@Son Maame wrote:

"This pastor go love betting waaa."


"Now they are taking off their suits. Open your eyes Africans."


"Osofo be Sportybet demma ambassador anaa?"


"This song is more gospel than the ones we call gospel."


"The song is a gospel so there is nothing wrong."


"Lowkey the tracks dey be for church."


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Ghanaian preacher grinds wife's behind as they dance in romantic video

In an earlier publication, reported on a story about Ghanaian preacher Reverend Obofour and his wife displaying their dance moves in a video.

Reverend Obofour and his wife, Ciara Antwi Bofowaa, treated fans to a glimpse of their flourishing love life.

For several members of the cyber community, the sweet moment between the couple is one of the most beautiful things on the internet.

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