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Bishop causes stir as he borrows a line from Skepta, Portable song while preaching



With a recent video of himself preaching, Bishop Onah Godfrey of the Catholic Diocese of Nsukka has generated a lot of controversy online.

Bishop Onah Godfrey skillfully inserts a lyric from the song “Tony Montana” by British MC and rapper Skepta and Portable into his lecture in the video.

This surprising action has attracted a lot of attention and generated a range of responses on social media.

With “Tony Montana,” MC, rapper, record producer, DJ, and well-known and accomplished British-Nigerian Skepta made a triumphant comeback to the music scene.

On this outstanding track, he featured the musical prowess of a well-known Nigerian street-hop recording artist and CEO of Zeh Nation, Portable.

The song has topped the charts and won praise from all around the world. Portable stated his joy at working with a well-known figure like Skepta.

Read some comments here

rugs001carpets: “But Bishop spell am like say he dey follow the music beat”

tmtpilot: “This bishop is a baller.. You can’t tell me nothing….”

dmixofficial: “Funny thing be say, this man fit never hear the song before. That word don dey before dem born some of us”

officialogvictor: “Let’s be honest this song Nah vibe”

its_tegadominic: “Fada is a big smoke”

tola_remilekun: “Even K1 de-ultimate used it to sing in one of his songs years back,that says Ma gbe Tana kuro lara mi shokolobangoshay”

eichiemoses31: “He sabi am pass skepta self”


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