Fast rising inspiration and versatile singer, Jim Pee has slammed gospel musician, Brother Sammy for his 'Nnipafoo' diss song he released recently.
Speaking in an interview with Prince Kwesi Dadzie aka Mr. Handsome on GH Entertainment on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm, the singer said the song cannot be described as a gospel song.
Gospel minister Bro Sammy real name Samuel Opoku has been lambasted for releasing a song titled, Nnipafoo which some have associated with the troubles he is having with Cecilia Marfo.
Some months ago, a video surfaced online showing musician and prophetess Cecilia Marfo giving Brother Sammy hefty slaps during a deliverance service at her Osorifie Prayer Centre.
The incident did not go down well with Brother Sammy and he revealed in an interview that it was a plot by gospel musicians Cecilia Marfo and Ernest Opoku to humiliate him.
He has slammed the two and used unprintable words on them. The song came after his attacks on them making people posit that, it was meant to hit back at the two.
Commenting on it for the first time, Jim Pee was worried that the man who is referred to as the nation’s worshiper, descended into the gutters and attack people through his song.
He was of the opinion that, gospel songs are meant to glorify and praise God and not insult or attack people.
Jim Pee was in the studio to promote his latest single ‘Ruffryder’. The single which is already enjoying massive airplay featured Keche. The singer has successfully released singles and 2017; he released ‘Heaven which also enjoyed massive airplay. The new single was produced by Dr. Raybeatz.