Be delivered in Jesus name – Blakk Rasta prays for Efya

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Veteran Ghanaian reggae musician and radio show host Abubakar Ahmed, also known as Blakk Rasta has replied musician Efya but with a prayer. The singer tore the Taxi Driver host into pieces during an interview on GhOne TV and has now received a reply.

Taking to his Twitter handle, Blakk Rasta replied a tweet by GhOne TV which quoted the singer saying “I don’t know who Blakk Rasta is. Is he the radio journalist that does funny music ? Journalist say what they want but Ghanaian musicians don’t care”.

The Kuchoko soldier made it simple and short. “Sad what DRUGS can do to a beautiful soul. Be delivered and healed, in JESUS name!”.

Blakk Rasta commented on Sarkodie’s feature on Bob Marley’s ‘Stir It Up’ song by saying “Bob Marley was able to draw religion and spirituality into Reggae. Bob Marley was able to make the whole world understand that when you listen to Reggae music, you do not only benefit from the aesthetics of Reggae music but the spirituality of Reggae music.

“Bob Marley used his music to help free up Africa in one way or the other including Zimbabwe where he went to perform at the independence of that country. Bob Marley said and I quote, ‘you can love mi music if you love Barry White music and you can’t love Barry White music if you love mi music’, because he saw the two of them in different worlds’’.

But Efya reacting to that statement while on OneOnOne on GhOne TV said she does not know Blakk Rasta before going further to say his comments are not important. That then got Blakk Rasta’s attention and he replied by asking Jesus to heal the ‘One of Your Own’ singer.

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