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  • Updated: June 08, 2023

Do2tun Reacts To Claim On Mercy Chinwo’s Performance Fee

Do2tun Reacts To Claim On Mercy Chinwo’s Performance Fee

Popular On-Air Personality (OAP) Do2tun has reacted to the statement made by Rev. Fr. Chinenye Oluoma regarding the performance fee of renowned gospel singer Mercy Chinwo in churches.

The Reverend had expressed concern about the perceived high cost of bringing gospel artists to church events, specifically mentioning Mercy Chinwo’s alleged fee of up to 10 million naira.

Rev. Fr. Chinenye Oluoma highlighted the issue of expensive religious worship and questioned the hefty fees charged by gospel artistes for their appearances in churches.

He lamented the transformation of Christianity into a platform where artists demand exorbitant sums of money for brief praise and worship sessions, raising questions about the true essence of worship and the growing influence of entertainment in religious settings.

Responding to the Reverend’s remarks, OAP Do2tun took to Twitter to express his perspective on the matter.

He pointed out that even men of God live lavish lifestyles, fly in private jets, and sometimes receive payment for their services.

Do2tun emphasized that talent is a gift from God and should be utilized wisely.

He argued that artistes like Mercy Chinwo deserve fair compensation for their talents and services, just as other professionals in different fields receive payment for their work.

He suggested that if the budget is limited, alternative artists could be considered, as the anointing and message are equally important, regardless of the individual performer.

“A man of God flies private jets; lives lavishly, some of them get paid.  Don’t they do the work of God too?

“God gave you a talent and he needs you to use it wisely.

“So make Mercy Chinwo chop stone abi? If you don’t have the money for one, call another. It’s the same anointing,” Do2tun tweeted.


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