“Nipa Foo” is not a “diss song” Big men of God like it. Brother Sammy

Gospel musician Brother Sammy, popularly known as “Nation worshiper” has debunked Ghanaians that his latest controversial song “nipafoo” is not a diss song as people are saying.

He indicated that the intent of the song is to advise people against backbiting and other things which do not please God.

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He mentioned that big Men of God have called him for the video and are very grateful to him for producing such a song since it speaks volumes and advises people to stop gossiping about their fellow human beings.

He made this statement clear to Ghanaians when he reiterated his fellow colleague OJ as stupid.
Earlier in an interview OJ condemned Brother Sammy of his trending diss song and called men of God not to invite him to programmes.

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But reacting to OJ’s comments, he said he had respect for his colleague but his recent utterances have shot it down and have made him realize that although he produces quality songs, he is not sensible.