Gospel singer, Adeyinka Alaseyori has welcomed a bouncing baby girl with husband.
The Arojinle crooner took to her Instagram page where she announced the arrival of her bundle of joy.
Announcing her baby’s arrival, Adeyinka Alaseyori declared that it ended in praise.
“To God alone be all the glory. It ended in praise,” Adeyinka Alaseyori wrote as she welcomes a baby girl.
Tope Alabi is a mother to me, says Adeyinka
The Daily Page News recalls that Tope Alabi, had criticised people who refer to God as ‘Oniduro Mi’, which means ‘guarantor’.
However, Alaseyori, among other gospel singers, in their records, referred to God as ‘Oniduro Mi’.
A lot of people criticized Tope Alabi for slamming Adeyinka and other gospel artistes for referring to God as their Oniduro Mi.
When the video went viral, Adeyinka kept mum but later reacted and called for people, saying Tope Alabi is a mother to her.
“Let Jesus take the wheel. Mummy Tope Alabi is our mother. She’s a mother to me and so many others and by virtue, we have been blessed by her ministrations. Please, let us worship and celebrate God. Let Jesus be at the centre of it,” she said.
There is nothing wrong dancing Zanku
In an exclusive chat with Punch Newspaper, Adeyinka stated that there is nothing wrong dancing Zanku.
She said, “The term ‘worldly’ or ‘unworldly’ is relative. If a dance step does not put others in a compromising position, then it is fine.
“Yes, some have said that gospel artistes should not copy dance steps or slangs from secular songs but it’s a world of diverse languages.
“Social media has its own language and the street has its own language. Sometimes, one has to speak the language of those one wants to win over,
“to get their attention and then show them how not to do what they do.
“Leg work is a trendy and popular dance step that we all know. That means it is in our faces.”