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  • Updated: February 29, 2024

Daniel Regha slams Asake, Omah Lay for alleged disrespect in music videos

Daniel Regha slams Asake, Omah Lay for alleged disrespect in

Twitter personality Daniel Regha has  criticized Nigerian singer, Asake for allegedly disrespecting Christianity in his latest song.

Regha, on the X platform, pointed out aspects of Asake's recent video, expressing dismay over what he perceived as disrespect.

He also included Omah Lay in his critique, stating that Omah Lay's "Holy Ghost" track was similarly disrespectful.

Regha didn't just target the artists; he also called out music producer T.G. Omori for consistently incorporating elements in his video productions that he considered sacrilegious.

Regha recalled instances from Asake's collaboration with Fireboy in the "Bandana" music video, where he believed mockery was made of the Pentecost, emphasizing the importance of people's religious beliefs.

Regha deemed Asake's "Only Me" music video blasphemous, highlighting scenes that he found offensive, particularly the use of the inverted cross, which symbolizes opposition to Christianity and mocks the sacrifice of Christ.

He argued that such actions are not creative but rather demonstrate insensitivity and intentional disrespect.

 In his words, "Any Christian who has seen/watched Asake's "Only Me", but decides to vibe to the song is also m¤cking G¤d. Same goes for Omah Lay's "Holy Ghost" track. Both recent songs are absolutely disrespectfu!...TG Omori continuously uses his video productions to promote sacr!lege thinking it's art; Asake's new music video is !nsulting, but this isn't the first time. In the "Bandana" music video by Fireboy ft Asake, he made m¤ckery of the "Pentecost" (in the church scene). It costs nothing to respect people's religion".


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