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The doctrines and training of the Seventh Day Adventist church have tamed a lot of talents – Kelvyn Boy

Singer Kelvyn Boy has indicated that the doctrine of the Seventh Day Adventist church(SDA), limits the creativity of the members.

Singer Kelvyn Boy has indicated that the doctrine of the Seventh Day Adventist church(SDA), limits the creativity of the members.

During an exclusive interview with Nana Ama McBrown on Onua Showtime with McBrown on Onua TV, the ‘Down Flat’ singer, who was once a practicing Adventist, explained that the church’s rules and training have stifled the talents of its followers.

“Our SDA doctrines and training have tamed a lot of talents, the rules of the church are too many. If you move some way, they see you as contaminated and all of that,” he disclosed.

“All of this should make you stronger,” the artiste who hails from Assin Fosu in the Central region of Ghana stated.

Kelvyn Boy also shared the story of how his singing career began, stating that his father, who was also a singer, influenced his musical abilities.

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He recalled a time when he was given the opportunity to perform in church as a young boy but was later denied the chance, leading to his disappointment.

“My father was a singer, so I got my singing prowess from him. I remember one time I was allowed to minister in the church, I was so young they’d put me on a table so everyone could see me sing. I cried when I was denied the opportunity,” he concluded.

Kelvyn Boy is out with a new single dubbed “Vero”.

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