Ghanaian UK-based gospel musician, Sonnie Badu who is well-known for composing sorrow songs is calling for immediate attention to put control measures and restrictions on the now hit song ‘one corner’.
The gospel musician disclosed that it is now becoming more dangerous and life-threatening for people who associate themselves with the ‘one corner’ dance.
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Sonnie Badu expressing his views on the now trending tune which has become one of the sources of amusement to the public on various social media platforms said he really got worried to see people performing the dance under vehicles and dangerous places.
He also said he was absolutely shocked to see people doing the ‘one corner’ dance while in moving rucks.
The ‘Okokroko’ hitmaker added that he even became more alarmed after seeing people on social media climbed onto electric poles while performing the dance.
“It’s getting dangerous. I saw someone climb an electric pole, I saw someone climb a tipper truck, I saw someone run under a car, and I saw someone dancing while cars were moving. Now, this is getting out of hands. Do you want to wait until you hear somebody dead before you say ‘one corner’ killed him?” he questioned.
Sonnie Badu explained that he is not trying to defame the hard work of the young Ghanaian artiste behind this hit song, but only concerned about the dangers around the dance.
The musician further added that he totally agrees that once in a while things trends on social media for people to enjoy themselves with it.
But says he believes there would have been measures put in place to restrict the ‘one corner’ dance if it happens to be in other countries.
Before this, a notable ‘Servant of God’, Rev. Mrs. Jennifer Selly has revealed that there is a strong evil spirit behind the now trending hit song ‘one corner’ that has become the tone and rhythm been played over all the media fraternities in Ghana.
Mrs. Jennifer speaking at a Women Conference over the weekend in Ashaiman said it emphatically that the song is an evil song that was exhaled from the pit of hell, therefore, Christians must not entertain it at home.