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Otumfour Osei Tutu II Is Not God – Yvonne Nelson ‘Fights’ Okyeame Kwame For Referring To Him As ‘A God’

On the 69th birthday of the Asante King, Otumfour Osei Tutu II, Ghanaian rapper, Okyeame Kwame as a proud son of the Asante Kingdom took to his official Instagram page and wished the King a happy birthday with praises in a long writeup.

Okyeame Kwame in his writeup gave the meanings to the gestures Otumfour Osei Tutu II portrayed in his dance and also described him as “a God”.

The “Bra” hitmaker wrote;

“Watching the dance carefully, Nana is communicating with his gestures,let me try and explain .He says the Left and Right is all mine. All things come together because of me,everything is mine. It was given to me by God , I have dominion on all things because I am a God. I am in God and God is in Me. Happy Birthday Otumfuo Osei Tutu Nyame Keseɛ we wish you longer life, peace and prosperity. May Otwediampon Kwame who lives in you multiply your territories. Thank you for showing the African how to live with PRIDE and AUTHORITY. You are ROYAL. ? Piaaaaaaaw” ✌???? .

Okyeame Kwame describing the Asante King, Otumfour Osei Tutu II as “a God” did not go down well with Ghanaian actress, Yvonne Nelson judging from her reply.

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Yvonne Nelson who thinks Otumfour Osei Tutu II isn’t “a God” with the capital ‘G’ replied saying; “Pls correct it!!!! hes not God! With the capital G. Theres only one God!”

Yvonne Nelson’s reply has sparked up controversies and whilst some Instagram folks are slamming her for disrespecting the Asante King, others who think there is only one God are backing her for correcting Okyeame Kwame.

Check out the thread below.









Source: GhanaCelebrities.com

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