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What you said about Joe Mettle was bad, call and apologize to him – Pastor Brian Amoateng tells Paa Boateng

The Leader and Founder of London Prayer Center, Pastor Brian Amoateng has advised Paa Boateng to apologize to Joe Mettle after a ‘distasteful’ comment he made.

Pastor Amoateng’s statement was on the heels of Paa Boateng’s comment that Joe Mettle’s worship songs are not capable of drawing the presence of God.

The man of God said Paa Boateng’s comment was not needed and he has to apologise to his colleague and fans.

“I want this message to get to Paa Boateng wherever he is. I have seen the comment that you made about Joe Mettle. I haven’t spoken to Joe yet but Paa you tripped. That comment wasn’t needed. If somebody’s worship doesn’t carry God’s presence, you are not the person to say it. Worship is not unto man but it is unto God.

“All I want to tell you is, call Joe and say sorry. And if possible, issue an apology statement to your fans. What you said wasn’t needed. We don’t want strive, beefing or whatever you want to get,” Pastor Brian said in a video obtained by Zionfelix.net.

He added: “So Paa I am talking to you…just call Joe and say sorry, come back on social media and say sorry to him. It is not needed. He even doesn’t have your time. Let love lead. You can never become what you dishonor. That’s my word for you.”

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Pastor @brianamoateng of #iYes has rebuked gospel singer Paa Boateng for his comments that Joe Mettle’s @joemettle worship song doesn’t carry power. The London Prayer Center founder and leader has advised the ‘Onyame ba’ singer to call and apologize to his colleague. What do you think about pastor Brian’s Two cents to Paa Boateng?

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Pastor Brian is also the brain behind the International Youth Empowerment Summit (iYES).

The 5th edition of free to attend event is expected to come off from 21st to 23rd August 2019 at the National Theatre in Accra.

Speakers include Archbishop Duncan Williams, Rev. Eastwood Anaba, Dr Kofi Abban, Pastor Brian Amoateng, Pastor Daniel Amoateng, Pastor Samson Amoateng and a host of others.
Source: zionfelix.net

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