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Simi attacks Pastor Chris over feminism remarks

Singer and songwriter, Simi, has criticised Pastor Chris Oyakhilome for his controversial comment on women.

Oyakhilome, founder and president of LoveWorld Incorporated, popularly known as Christ Embassy, stirred controversy on social media after saying that God’s original plan was not to create a woman.

The video of the pastor went viral on Thursday where he addresses a congregation, saying that God’s original plan was not to create a woman.

Responding to his comment in a now-deleted tweet, Simi said: “Qst is – why you so desperate for another human being to see you as master? Is it a complex? Are u worried u’re not enough to earn respect without Paul and co? Are you scared that if there was no bible, you really have nothing else to offer? Tell me.

“Cos the way I fucking see it, a real man commands respect by being good, kind, true, selfless, having a good heart. Any1 can call him/herself a leader, but true leaders serve and are selfless. Talking about Jesus. Did you even read about the Jesus you’re talking about? Lol. Jokes.”


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