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Amid the controversies surrounding her song titled ‘Krom Aye De’, Ghanaian gospel musician, Pertual Didier has said there is nothing wrong for Akrobeto to use the phrase ‘Biegya’ in the song.

‘Biegya’ which can be translated as open fire—now has so many meanings of which sometimes dubbed as having a sexual encounter by a section of the Ghanaian community.

However, Pertual Didier who featured Kumawood actor, Akwasi Boadi popularly known as Akrobeto sees nothing wrong for him to use that phrase in a gospel song.

“God is a God of fire. He answers our prayers by opening fire on our enemies. Many pastors are happy and praise me for coming out with such a song. I do perform it at Church,” she told Felix Adjei (Mr. Lattus) on J. Life FM’s Chart Show.

Perpetual explained that the song is full of praise to the Most High God and she did not have any bad intentions.

“I did not think about it in relation to sexual encounter. Akrobeto is a married man so even if he used it in a context of being able to have sex with his wife, I do not see anything wrong with it because he has grown…and that may be his song of praise.”

When contacted, Akrobeto said the controversies will help selling the song, so it is good.

He revealed that he did the song without charging a penny because he wanted to help Perpetual Didier.

Justifying why he used ‘Biegya’ in the song, Akrobeto said some men cannot perform their duties on bed—but to him, it is the grace of God that he is fit to satisfy his wife in bed.

Source: Newshuntermag.com

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