Condemnations have trailed the comments made by Gospel singer Tope Alabi on the song sang by her colleague, Adeyinka Alaseyori titled Oniduromi.
Alaseyori referred to God as ‘Oniduro’ in her song which Tope Alabi finds unmatched and took to social media to criticize the song and singer.
Tope Alabi said the Holy Spirit did not approve of using ‘Oniduro’ to describe God.
She explained that when she tried singing the song, the Holy spirit cautioned her.
However, series of reactions have continued to pour from the users of the microblogging platform as some accused her of not seeing another singer rise above her.
Some have advised that she should have called her privately to correct any errors.
One user who goes by the handle, Adetutu Balogun, @Tutsy, said her criticism has turned glory for the singer.
“Tope Alabi publicly condemned Yinka Alaseyori’s Onídùró mi song but God changed the criticism to free PR,” she said
“Genesis 50:20 But as for you, you meant evil against me; but God meant it for good, in order to bring it about as it is this day, to save many people alive.”
Another user identified as Kayode Ogundamisi, said expressed satisfaction over the song, saying he will be downloading the song and make it his ringing tone.
“Thank you Tope Alabi. Now I know about the song and it just speaks to the rough patch my family and myself have been passing through in over a year and how God has been our guarantor.
”Downloading the song ?. My ringtone.”
Also, a user identified as Chicken Catcher, said “Yinka called her God "oniduro mi". Aunty Tope didn't like it, but instead of her to remove eyes and let God tell Yinka he is not "Oniduro". Aunty Tope now turned herself into constable of God.”