Samuel Opoku, known in showbiz known as Brother Sammy, has issued a stern warning to self-styled Ghanaian radio and television relationship counsellor, George Lutterodt to be careful not in his dealings with him.
George Lutterodt who is popularly known for making controversial statements has lashed out at gospel singers Brother Sammy and Sonnie Badu about how the two have allowed their hair to overgrow all in the name of fashion.
According to Lutterodt, it is unsuitable to the kind of genre they do, adding that “they are getting mad but claim it is fashion”
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But Brother Sammy who didn’t take kindly to Counselor Lutterodt’s comment on Kasapa FM cautioned the maverick counsellor to be circumspect when he is speaking against Men of God or face the consequence.
“I’ve not overgrown my hair, so Counselor Lutterodt must be very careful when he’s dealing with me. He’s warned, I’m a man of God just as Sonnie Badu and we have ministered songs that have released people from bondage and if you insult us that we are getting mad that is unfortunate.”
“He knows that as men of God if he provokes us and we react, he may even go mad. Immediately I point my hand at Counselor Lutterodt and I pray, he’ll go mad,” Bro. Sammy said on Kasapa FM.
Brother Sammy, however, explained it is not a sin for a Man of God to allow his hair to overgrow.
“Rasta isn’t a sin as Counselor Lutterodt is saying. Allowing your hair to overgrow can’t be a factor to being a Man of God. Afro hair or Rasta is a choice. Even those with bald hair are more criminal than the Rastafarians.”
According to him, keeping natural dreadlocks and afro hair cannot stop one from becoming a gospel artiste or Man of God. He made reference to certain key Bible personalities who left their hair unattended to yet they were servants of God.