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New Controversy As RCCG Choir Pick Up Disputed Track By Former Portable Signee



Oyinmo RCCG

A group of women has ignited a buzz on social media with their singing of “Oyinmo,” the latest track from emerging artiste Young Duu, within the confines of a branch of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG.

The former ‘Zeh Nation’ signee collaborated with skitmaker-turned-singer Carter Efe on the controversial song.

The buzz around “Oyinmo” has not only centered on its catchy beats but has also stirred up disputes over its ownership. The track, which gained widespread attention, is now at the center of a heated debate about who rightfully claims credit for its creation.

Despite the ownership controversies, the song’s popularity has transcended the digital realm, making its way into the hearts of church congregants. The sight of women joyfully singing “Oyinmo” within the sacred walls of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG has added a new dimension to the ongoing discussions surrounding the track.

Watch the video below;

Read some netizens reactions below;

@NiyiDefi wrote: “Kuku turn church to club now make the guy come perform”

@unruly_ penned: “When it’s time to shine ✨ you will no matter what”

@Yemmie_ wrote: “Young duuu blownnnnnn”

@mayorpyper said: “These people no go kee person🤣😂”

@nazababy_x remarked: “My mother is the one with micro phone at the middle 😂”

@Ijoba_makanaki wrote: “I think the song was originally a Christian song…abii??”

As reactions continue to pour in online, the controversy over “Oyinmo” seems to have inadvertently turned the song into a cultural phenomenon, sparking conversations not just about ownership but also about the influence of music in unexpected settings reaching into the confines of the RCCG.

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