United Kingdom-based Nigerian singer and songwriter, Sweetcorn, following his interview with Legit TV on his thoughts about religion and spirituality, has gotten many tongues wagging on Twitter.
Speaking with Abisola, a reported at Legit, Sweetcorn said religion has outlived it’s purpose and further added that it has caused more harm than good.
This didn’t sit well with a lot of social media users who wasted no time dragging the “Secure The Bag” crooner.
Reacting to the hate, Sweetcorn again took to Twitter to further make his mind known tweeting:
“Anyone who asks questions or challenges the status quo is called a sinner and threatened with hell. Deputy Jesus, by what yardstick do you judge sin? Some churches tell their female member not to wear make up, jewelries or trousers else they will go to hell but others enourage it. Some say watching TV is a sin but other own tv stations”.
The rapper in his tweets also emphasize that people should focus on embracing humanity rather than the lies fed to them as religious beliefs. See his tweets below: