Ghanaian contemporary gospel singer, songwriter, and minister MOG has issued a warning to netizens on social media who engage in disrespectful language when dealing with him.
The gospel singer received backlash from some online users after a tweet he posted about the just-ended #OccupyJulorbiHouse demonstration generated anger.
In the tweet, MOG mentioned that Ghanaians were partly responsible for the recent economic hardships.
This comment did not sit well with many, leading to various reactions and insults directed at him from online users.
These harsh comments triggered the singer hence his unfriendly response to one online user
In a studio discussion on UTV, the gospel singer explained that everyone is entitled to their opinion, and it’s okay to disagree without resorting to insults.
He shared that although his a Christian he would not take derogatory remarks from persons who are incapable of having civil discourse.
“I don’t take silly comments likely, you can disagree with my opinion but don’t insult me. I’m not the average gospel musician, I will slam back when you jab at me. I’m also human when you push me to the wall I will react”
“I’m from the street, before becoming Christian. I try to control my attitude hence I don’t usually respond to such comments but I don’t take derogatory comments likely”