“You followed Jay-Z to be blasphemous” Adekunle Gold receives backlash over soundtrack on Hollywood film


“You followed Jay-Z to be blasphemous” Adekunle Gold receives backlash over soundtrack on Hollywood film

Singer, Adekunle Gold has come under heavy criticism over his Soundtrack on Hollywood’s film, The Book of Clarence.

It is worth noting that Adekunle Gold and Yemi Alade are gearing up for their global debut in ‘The Book of Clarence’. Joining international artists such as Lil Wayne, Jay Z, Kid Cudi, Jorja Smith, Shabba Ranks, and others, they will contribute to the much-anticipated movie with its soundtrack.

The movie which is directed by Jeymes Samuel, will feature new music from Jay Z, who is also the producer of the movie.

Taking to his Instagram page, Adekunle Gold shared the news.

He 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.”

The film, however, faced significant criticism from online users, who labelled it as blasphemous and criticized Adekunle Gold.

One Roochie wrote: “Which kind film be this ? If you mock God Thunder go faya you and the people wey act this movie”

One Craftsman Bespoke wrote: “May God forgive y’all that took part in this blasphemous project”

One Abbie Emmanuel wrote: “Okay now it’s blasphemous because they decided to use a black man as Jesus unlike the character you all are used to get some chills it’s not that deep”

One Graced wrote: “How do all not see that this movie is blasphemous? There’s only one God, only one Jesus Christ. Clearly Clearance in the movie literally get slapped and called blasphemous in the trailer for trying to imitate Jesus. Lol. Christians use your brain please.

One Queen Cilia wrote: “Very controversial, another way the West restructured an important tale and culture to suit their taste (the American behavior). I respect Art so I’ll see the movie to be able to give my opinion and have a proper conversation about it if it arises. But a defamation will not be accepted”

One Kreative Desiger wrote: “This film is nonsense making fun of Jesus Christ. It’s only Christians it happens to, they can’t try this with Muslims”

One Carters wrote: “Haa you sef Adekunle you join follow Jay Z do blasphemy of Christ ah”

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