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I sing for devil, we praise satan – Terry G opens up

I sing for devil, we praise satan - Terry G opens up 1

Nigerian singer, Gabriel Oche Amanyi, popularly known as Terry G, has made a bold declaration about his music and beliefs.

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In a recent teaser released for an upcoming episode of The Honest Bunch Podcast, Terry G, known for his crazy yet riveting tunes, stated, “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.”

The clip quickly went viral on social media, stirring up a heated discussion among netizens.

Furthermore, Terry G made remarks about fellow Nigerian artist Wizkid’s music style.

He claimed that most Nigerians couldn’t relate to Wizkid’s songs due to his new musical direction. Terry G attributed this perceived disconnect to the educational background of his generation of artists, stating, “My colleagues from my set, most of us are illiterates.”

See the video below;

Netizens react;

@thefoodnetworknig2: “Thank God for Nathaniel Bassey, Dunsin Oyekan, Sypro etc!”

@badgelquasar_: “Not every secular music praise the devil, some praise women too.”

@iamstalkar: “Stop smoking expired igbo, una no go hear word.”

@vancouver_prince: “Please does National Anthem glorify the Almighty God?”

@lipaese: “Lucifer still remains the best singer. Argue with Angel Michael and Terry G not me.“

@eobemedike: “You see the thing called truth!!! We are not there yet to accept the truth because it scares the living hell out of most of us.”

@davidenipro: “When he says “sing for the devil” he doesn’t literally mean devil is mentioned in those songs. Songs that glorifies sex, drugs, cultism and lust is for the devil.”

@iam_swagnifico: “Not every secular music is carnal. It’s the carnal aspect that sort of glorifies the Devil.”

@paulwae_: “Different perspectives to be honest. Each one to his own. In all, Know God for yourself.”

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