Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Rapper Tiye-P apologizes for controversial single artwork

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Rapper Tiye-P took to social media to apologies for the controversial single art work for new song “Party Harder” that features Jay Rox and Slap D.

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The new official art work can be seen below.

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Download “Party harder” HERE

 

 

16 COMMENTS

  1. If this was in the Muslim world this Rapper Tiye-P would have had his head chopped off for insulting the religion. Since this is Christianity we just say may the good Lord forgive him.
    However, this is going too far – this is what we call taking the name of the Lord into disrepute. How does one depict Jesus and His disciples with Mary in a very compromising mode during the last supper? This is pure Satanism and all well meaning Christians must boycott buying and listening to music from Rapper Tiye-P.

  2. Matthew 12: 31-32 Says 31 ‘Wherefore I say unto you, all manner of sin and blasphemy shall be forgiven unto men: but the blasphemy against the Holy Ghost shall not be forgiven unto men’ and 32 ‘
    …….but whosoever speaketh against the Holy Ghost, it shall not be forgiven him , neither in this world, neither in the world to come’. Mr Tiye P has blasphemed the Holy Ghost. Do not be over excited and go to extremes of involving the most High God the Creator of the voice you are using to sing your evil songs insulting The Creator, Almighty God using your pictorial deception. Christians world over know and respect the sanctity of certain biblical pictures. Only God knows your fate….the scripture is clear and God does not lie. Ule samwa na bantu not na Lesa.

  3. Foolish Africans offended by a photo of fictitious white men they have no relation to…go and study about your own history!!

  4. Fooolish Africans offended by a photo of fictitious white men they have no relation to, that is created to dupe you…go and study about your own history.

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