The two Tema based rappers took turns on this two versed song to address the spate of fake prophecies and exploitative nature of some of these charlatans.
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Over a trap beat with a heavy bounce produced by Zodiac, b4Bonah’s verse critiqued the flashy, rockstar lifestyle of some of these fake pastors financed by the offerings of church members.
‘Plenty of gold, rims so big, heavy for road’, he rapped.
Sarkodie continued from where b4Bonah ended, itemizing the deceptive ploys of these charlatans who urge their congregants to rely on God, yet they take precautionary measures against life’s uncertainties (like strapping with parachutes when flying).
This is the second time these two rappers are collaborating after Sarkodie jumping on the remix of b4Bonah’s “Dear God” in 2017.
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It’s a striking coincidence that b4Bonah is releasing this song at this time, days after the death of dancehall queen Ebony. Since her unfortunate death, there have been a flood of pastors claiming to be the first to have prophesy her passing, something b4Bonah touched on the song.
Hit play to listen to the song below: