I’m a secular musician, I sing for the devil’ – Terry G says

Nigerian musician Gabriel Oche Amanyi, also known as Terry G, has sparked controversy with his recent bold claim that he is a secular musician who sings for the devil.

During a teaser for a forthcoming episode of The Honest Bunch Podcast, the singer discussed the function of secular music in society and its alleged tendency to honor the devil rather than God.

He said:“I am a secular musician. I sing for the devil. We [secular musicians] sing for the devil, we praise the devil. We don’t glorify God.”He also touched upon Wizkid’s evolving music style, suggesting that it might alienate a significant portion of his Nigerian audience.

Wizkid music no dey too relate to us. My colleagues from my set, most of us are illiterates,” he said.

A few weeks ago, Terry G announced the end of his musical career.

The statement was made in a video posted on social media, in which the musician thanked his faithful fan base while apologizing for the disappointing news.

In the heartfelt video message, Terry G began by acknowledging and thanking his dedicated fans for their unwavering support throughout the years.

He expressed his heartfelt gratitude for the affection and commitment shown to him, highlighting the enormous impact his fans had on his musical career.

However, the mood quickly changed as Terry G revealed his withdrawal from the music scene.

In his words;

“My people, it’s still on the matter, I remain Apako Master. I’m about to say a big thank you to my fans for staying true all the years, back to back.”

“I really appreciate you all for the amazing years, back to back. Thank you all for the love; I really appreciate.”

“I’m about to make a big announcement, and I know it will be disappointing for many people. I have my personal reasons, and I want to say, I’m quitting music, I no dey do again, I’m done.”

“I really appreciate you guys for staying true to me, for showing me so much love. My fans, thank you. God bless you.”

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