Gospel singer, Yinka Alaseyori has pleaded with her fans and many other Nigerians to put a stop to the furore generated by Tope Alabi’s criticism of her song.
Alabi, an older and more experienced gospel singer had drawn the ire of not a few Nigerians for criticising Alaseyori’s “Oniduro mi.”
Reacting to the development during her birthday celebration, Alaseyori said: “I want to appreciate all you my supporters both in Nigeria and abroad for your love. Mummy Tope Alabi is my mother.
“Tope Alabi is like a mother to me. And we have all been blessed one way or the other by her songs. Please, let’s give peace a chance.”
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