There have been scepticisms as regards the identity of a woman in the video which has been making rounds online.
In the viral video, a woman who is believed to be the famous gospel singer, Tope Alabi was seen doing the ‘gbese’ dance moves which have got tongues wagging on social media.
Quite a number of people have condemned her for exhibiting such dance moves publicly due to her influence in the Christian music industry but a good number of people have come to her defence as well.
On Tope Alabi video; I really don’t ve problem wit d dance steps but my problem is d dressing and chewing of gum.Some of us are at a stage we can’t do some things again due to d people that look up to us, those that hold us in high esteem and because we also rep. d BODY OF CHRIST
— Oshinubi Kayode I., FASI (@Kayodeoshinubi) February 19, 2020
If you dance gbese, shoki, et al in church and you are part of those criticizing Tope Alabi. Amadioha fire you and your device. Awon member, heavenly panel of judges 🙄
— Sulaimon Eniola (@h3niorlarh) February 19, 2020
The way of God is different from the way of man.
Aunty Tope Alabi was only dancing as David Danced
What's your measure of a worldly dance?
Religion remain the opium of the masses.
— Ilesanmi peter (@OlumideHeritage) February 19, 2020
So Tope alabi dance small Gbese for party(father's burial) and a lot are quick to nail her. But many of them are dancing gbese even inside their own various churches o, saying they're “gbe body fun oluwa”. Hypocrisy oshi! Las las everybody na marlian😆😆
— Eleniyan (@fizzybanty) February 19, 2020
You've no right to condemn Tope Alabi dance steps in her father funeral party until you can find out the David dance (That one na even inside church sef).. I'm only concern about how she was chewing gum though.
Naira Marley once said: I'm your artist favorite artist
— Omo Iya Woli (@OmoMamaCele) February 19, 2020
However, the gospel singer has cleared the air as she claimed those dance steps were needed to praise God because it was her father’s burial. She also said it was a blessing to witness her father’s demise instead of being the opposite.
See the interview
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