It seems the back and forth between US-based Ghanaian gospel musician/Pastor Sonnie Badu and radio presenter OB Nartey is not ending anytime soon.
After the Vision1 FM host on Tuesday, September 1, ripped into the pastor for calling Kuami Eugene his son when he tried to send a congratulatory message to him after he won the “Artiste of the Year” award at the just ended Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, Sonnie Badu fired back real hard earlier.
In OB Nartey’s earlier ‘attack’ on Sonnie Badu, he wrote on Facebook…
“Good morning Sofo Badu, Go and look for your sons who are struggling in the Gospel industry and stop these unnecessary fame attachments. Noor Congratulations my son Kwame Eugene…laughable. This “Don King” spirit won’t help you, the boys who served you are still waiting for you to give them the necessary push and features you promised them,” he wrote.
“The likes of Max Praise, Yohan, Tino Manford, Royal Chris, Kofi Perprah. You left the Gospel personalities who made us proud to go and claim fathership. What should Baba Sadiq call Kwame Eugene?” he asked.
This initial post saw Sonnie Badu come in quickly on his Instagram page with a shade saying, if he was old, he will advise his grandchildren to ignore ignorant fools who want attention because they will waste your time.
He added that this advice worked for Jesus Christ – an important figure in Christianity.
Sonnie Badu uploaded a new photo with the caption: “If I was an old old old man, this is the advice grandPa Badu will give to his grandchildren for September, it is pretty simple … Do not respond to ignorant fools who want attention, they will waste your time … Jesus did it and it worked for him … IT’S PURPLE.”
Well, fast forward to yesterday, OB Nartey launched another attack on Sonnie Badu on Citi FM. This action, also saw Sonnie Badu take to his Instagram page to again caution the radio presenter to be careful about the battles he picks, especially against people who have very strong spiritual backing.
In the latest post sighted by thegossipmall.com, Sonnie Badu wrote: “This year will be my 26th year in ministry, yes I started very young 😂. I have survived storms, I mean global ones. With that experience, this is my little advice to you ministers who have little airtime in Africa to use on social media …. first of all, Use your airtime / credit wisely.. secondly, before you wage war against anyone, check your spiritual level because you could be treading on dangerous grounds that can close all your doors … It could be a very vicious battle.
And thirdly, don’t seek for platforms, seek for relationships, and when you get close, learn to serve … A word to the wise … it’s purple 💜💜💜 .. #IAmBadu #Lion”