Joe Mettle, Bro. Sammy and Ernest Opoku are sexually dangerous – Counsellor Lutterodt

Counsellor Lutterodt is a controversial Ghanaian marriage counsellor who has spoken about various issues in the country and has received backlash for some of his comments.

The controversial Counsellor commenting on the topic “Cheating” on Home Touch with Okeame Ayensu Badwenba and Austa Roy on Radio Gold, has stated that all Ghanaian men who are gifted in leading the church in praises and worship are “sexually dangerous”.

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According to him, gospel artists like Joe Mettle, Ernest Opoku, Bro Sammy among others are likely to cheat in relationships citing that anyone with a good voice is prone to cheating because they are attracted to the opposite sex.

“Anybody who has a very good voice and is within the gospel cycle will always be attached to such things (cheating) unless they are helped. If you meet a good praises and worship leader like Joe Mettle, Ernest Opoku, Bro Sammy…all these group of gospel singers are sexually dangerous because of their ministry. Once they are good at worship, they are good at sexual intercourse,” he said.

He also claimed that men of God especially prophets cannot be faithful to their spouses.

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