The Pastor Tells Patapaa, “I Buried Your ‘One Corner’ Song Because It Was Harmful”

Pastor Benjamin Kessie, the founder of the True Faith Revival Ministry, claims to have been a major factor in keeping Patapaa‘s song “One Corner” from becoming well-known and enduring in the music business.

Pastor Benjamin Kessie claims that he interfered against the music because he was worried about the detrimental effects the song’s associated dancing moves were having on young people.

He said the dance was unsettling and related stories of individuals dancing in dangerous places like gutters and streets.

“Even kids were dancing inappropriately to the song ‘One Corner’ when it was first released,” Pastor Kessie vehemently said in an interview with Patapaa on the Nayas Show on Angel TV. It was unpleasant to watch the gyrations. I prayed against the song because I thought it was bad for our children. Its popularity has since declined, and I disagreed with it spiritually.”

Patapaa retaliated by challenging Pastor Kessie and advising him to ask for pardon for his deeds. Patapaa cited the song’s international influence—which includes its usage at festivals like Berlin—as proof of its importance even after its brief reign of supremacy.

Patapaa’s “One Corner,” which is well-known for being connected to a contentious dance, first attracted a lot of attention in African and international entertainment circles but only had brief success.

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