Popular Nigerian Musicians You Won’t Believe Are Children of Pastors (No.3 Will Blow Your Mind)
I know this might surprise you, that some of your favourite secular entertainers come from a strictly religious home.
Fortunately for them, their fathers are still cool with them.
They are as fellow:
1) Nigerian singer, Lil Kesh, popular for street songs like Shoki and O Por has a father who is a pastor.
Another very popular artiste whose father is a pastor is none other than Zlatan Ibile. The singer revealed that his father Mr. Omoniyi is a pastor in the Redeemed Christian Church of God.
Akpako master and Nigerian crazy boy, Terry G surprised Nigerians when he revealed that he is actually the son of a pastor.
He revealed that not only is his father a pastor but also, his mother is a chorister with the Redeemed Christian Church of God.
Nigerian singer, Johnny Drille parents are also pastors. He revealed that both of his parents initially wanted him to do gospel music.
Nigerian heavyweight rappers, M.I Abaga and his younger brother Jesse Jagz are both sons of a pastor.
They revealed that their father, Mr. Chris Abaga is a pastor while their mother, Mrs. Lydia Abaga is a gospel artiste.
The last one on the list is Reekado Banks. The young man revealed that his father is a pastor.
In fact, his father built a recording studio at home where he, his father, would write and sing gospel songs. It was in that studio then in 2008, Reekado recorded his first set of secular songs.
Conventionally, pastors’ children are supposed to walk on the path of righteousness just like their parents. But these guys here defied all odds to carve their own identities.
As A Religious Parent, What Would You Do If Your Child Chooses To Be A Secular Musician?
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