- Gospel musician, Yinka Alaseyori, was completely caught off guard after she got an unexpected guest on her recent IG live session
- Colleague, Tope Alabi, who had openly criticized her song, Oniduro Mi, joined the session and was smiling the entire time
- A surprised Alaseyori continued hailing the singer and they proceeded to render a short song together
- The video has sparked fresh reactions from social media users who have witnessed the drama in the past 24 hours
It appears all may be well between Nigerian gospel musicians, Tope Alabi and Adeyinka Alaseyori, contrary to what many may have assumed.
Just recently, Alaseyori who has been enjoying a massive show of support from gospel music lovers after Alabi openly criticized her song had an Instagram live session and was joined by an unexpected guest.
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A recording on social media captured the moment Alabi joined the live session and was all smiling the entire time.
Alaseyori, on the other hand, seemed to have been caught off guard and kept on hailing Alabi.
She was heard saying “maami, maami”, a word in Yoruba that translates to “my mother” or often used when addressing an elder person.
Alabi, in turn, picked up a gospel number and both singers happily sang for a few seconds. This was followed by Alabi asking after the singer’s wellbeing.
Watch the video as seen on social media below:
Mixed reactions greet Alabi and Alaseyori’s IG live conversation
As expected, the exchange between the two generated several reactions from members of the online community who had taken sides in the past 24 hours.
Gospel singer Adeyinka Alaseyori goes live on Instagram to sing her song Oniduro Mi, gives fans advise
Read some comments sighted online below:
“It’s all love and light at the end.”
“This is how it should be not by condemnation. E Je ki afi ogbon see.”
“My heart is heavy. It shouldn’t have happened. Let God prevail here.”
“I’m so confused honestly, something is wrong somewhere because I don’t even know what is going on, I love them both but what happened is what is still dark”
“But she’s supposed to actually apologise.”
Nollywood’s Seun Jimo wades into Tope Alabi, Yinka Alaseyori drama
Legit.ng reported that actor Seun Sean Jimoh, reacted to the trending drama between popular gospel singer, Tope Alabi and her upcoming colleague, Yinka Alaseyori.
Recall that Alabi had openly criticised Yinka’s music with claims that the Holy Spirit told her the lyrics were wrong and this led to Nigerians attacking Alabi for actions, including some celebrities in the Yoruba film industry.
However, Jimoh lambasted these sets of Yoruba celebrities who decided to take sides in the issue because according to him, they were all cool with Alabi.