Your success is not because of Jesus, it does not roll with immorality

Your success is not because of Jesus, it does not roll with immorality

A Nigerian cleric warned American rapper Cardi B for attributing her brilliant career to Jesus Christ.

Cardi recently released a new single “WAPStarring American rapper Megan The Stallion and it shut down the internet a few days after its release. A fan took to Twitter to poke fun at those who said his career ended after the release of “Bodak Yellow“. The rapper responded by thanking Jesus for his success. “When Jesus says yes no one can say no

However, a Nigerian cleric identified as Tomiwa Immanuel on Twitter warned her against her statement. According to him, his success is not because of Jesus because his music is mainly about immorality and blasphemy. He said that even though Jesus loves him, he doesn’t roll with it.

In his words: “I am really happy for Cardi as an artist. However, his success isn’t because “Jesus said yes” – his music is mostly about immorality and blasphemy, and even though Jesus loves him, he doesn’t roll with it. She succeeds because she gives the world what they want. Fin. There is no interpretation of the character or agenda of Jesus apart from what is in the scriptures. Don’t get me wrong, Jesus would sit with Cardi and Meg, laughing and talking about his wonderful grace. He didn’t want to sit down and listen to their music.

Jesus loves the world, everyone in him. But check His communication with the people, He always talked about living the life that you’ve been called to. Jesus wants you to live holy, just as he made you holy. It involves the message that you are preaching and defending. You can’t make a career out of doing things that go against what the Bible says and then saying that God made you succeed. You are successful because you make music that a world of sin and depravity loves to hear, as well as great beats, marketing strategy, etc.

Cardi has said it herself, she will keep rapping about her soldiers because that’s what fans seem to like, because rappers who rap about meaningful things don’t get that much recognition. So how do you congratulate Jesus on his success in a career that lacks Jesus’ values?

See his tweets below:

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.