Ringtone faces backlash from netizens after asking KFCB to ban Otile Brown’s latest song
Controversial gospel artist Alex Apoko popularly known as Ringtone is facing backlash from fans after saying Otile Brown’s latest song should be banned.
In a video shared on Instagram, Ringtone argued that the lyrics of the song are blasphemous and therefore it should be banned.
According to Ringtone, it was wrong for Itole Brown and Juma Jux to compare a woman to the Messiah in the song dubbed ‘Regina’
The love song ‘Regina’ just a few days after its release has impressed fans who have praised Otile and Jux’s songwriting skills and superb vocals.
“Otile Brown and Jux we are very angry, how do you do a secular song then go ahead to compare the body of a woman to messiah. We are angry and that song should be banned.” He said
Fans are however having none of it and asked him to stop using every available opportunity to clout chase.
Otile Brown’s Regina premiered on Youtube on 9th November and has been trending at number two since then. The song which has become a people’s favorite has already garnered over 400k views in less than a week.
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