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Mzbel Vrs Rev. Josh Laryea...
 
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18-Apr-2017  
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Rev. Josh Laryea of ICGC has become the most talked about Ghanaian man of God in the last few days–for having been suspended for an alleged sexual affair with a woman who is not his wife.

Following his suspension, Ghanaian musician-Mzbel came out to say the suspension vindicates her and that when the same Josh Laryea “molested” her and she complained later, the church covered it up.

Interesting, Mzbel and Josh Laryea have been friends for long.

In fact, Josh Laryea was the pastor who officiated the naming ceremony of Mzbel’s son, Aaron at ICGC.

With the singer having used the word “MOLEST”, we’ve been thinking this sexual abuse she seems to be talking about may go back when she was young–and that lands us on her hit song; 16 Years.

The third verse of the song goes like this:

Ei, bra Laryea make you no do me so
Bra Laryea make you no mess me up
Bra Laryea oh, Bro Laryea oh
I be sixteen na metintin
Na eno nti, make you no try to full me
For the last time I dey warn you
I be kiddie, make you leave me
Ei, bra Laryea make you no do me so
Bra Laryea make you no mess me up
Bra Laryea oh, Bro Laryea oh
I be 16 years, I go dey be like this o
If you touch my thing o, way o, Mummy o
I be 16 years, I go dey be like this o
If you touch my thing o, way o, Poppy o
B ra Laryea make you no do me so
Bra Laryea make you no mess me up
Bra Laryea oh, Bro Laryea oh


Literally, asking a certain Laryea not to have s3x with her because she is young.

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