- Adekunle Gold receive backlash over soundtrack on Hollywood film
- Netizens have label the movie as blasphemous and criticised the singer
Singer Adekunle Gold receives harsh criticism over soundtrack in Hollywood movie
Singer Adekunle Gold receives harsh criticism over soundtrack for a Hollywood movie, The Book of Clarence produced by American rapper, Jay z, which he featured in
The singer posted a trailer for the movie on his official Instagram page, which has drawn a lot of criticism from online users who label it blasphemous and belittle the singer.
Adekunle Gold and his fellow Nigerian musician, Yemi Alade will be making their debut in The Book of Clarence movie which is set to take the world by storm.
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The much-anticipated movie with a soundtrack is expected to feature the two Nigerian musicians in addition to international musicians like Lil Wayne, Jay Z, Kid Cudi, Jorja Smith, Shabba Ranks, and more.
Sharing the trailer, Adekunle wrote:
“It’s great to see such incredible representation in a first of its kind film. 🙏🏾
#TheBookofClarence, a film by @Jeymes features new music from myself, @JAYZ @liltunechi @yemialade and more. Exclusively in movie theaters January 12.”
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Read some reactions below:
“Naaaaa this is blasphemy”
“You all artist wanna be famous but refuse to understand that you’re selling ur soul to the Devil, this movie actually mocks the supremacy of God been the greatest but the devil’s who directed it are now claiming the movie is actually exposing and bringing clearance on people actually claiming or assuming to be greater than God, stop playing! ADG ,yes is JAYZ but fuck this movie, God is the greatest, Jesus Christ is King.”
“May God forgive y’all that took part in this blasphemous project.”
“Very Controversial… another way the West restructures an important tale and culture to suit their taste(the American behaviour). I respect Art so I’ll see the movie to able to give my opinion and have a proper conversation about it if it arises. But a defamation will not be accepted.”
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