Pastor Tobi Adegboyega responds to people who criticized him for informing his choir that their song was monotonous: “Go take your medicine.”

Tobi Adegboyega, a Nigerian preacher living in the UK, has responded to those who condemned him for dismissing his choir mid-service and informing them their song was uninteresting.

A few days ago, a video of a priest criticizing his church’s choir for their selection of music during a service went viral online.

He claimed that he told them to stop singing because he was “bored to death” by their song.

Read what he said below;

“Alright guys, thank you guys. Be seated please. Even though Living Stone is amazing but that song was boring me to death. So I had to come up men. But thanks guys. We would come up and sing in a minute.” 

Internet users responded to the video by criticizing him for belittling his choir in their comments.

The preacher argued that the music was uninteresting in a post on his Instagram Stories in response to his detractors.

He pointed out to his detractors that they are dragging their predecessors, not him.

He also made fun of Nigerians without jobs for having time to drag him online despite having nothing to do.

“Let me be accountable the song was boring. It was actually very boring, the singers lit, the song boring. I don’t need anyone in Nigeria to speak for me or defend me. The draggees and draggers go take your medicine”, he continued.

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