Evangelist Papa Shee blames lust of the flesh, worldly pleasures for his profane songs
Popular veteran Highlife musician, Papa Shee originally known as Nana Yaw Akosah has revealed in an exclusive interview with Amansan Krakye on Kastle FM that the songs he did in the past were motivated by lust of the flesh.
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“Those songs I did in the past were secular, motivated by worldly excitement and pleasure. But today I have found a new way because God has saved me by forgiven me of all my iniquities,” he revealed.
Papa Shee who is now a born again Christian and a staunch evangelist of the gospel said on the Kastle Drive Time show that it would be better for those who play his songs on radio to desist and repent from playing secular music since he himself has turned over a new leaf.
“God used Paul and changed his name from Saul. The one who did the songs has even repented and you are rather playing it on radio for the masses. It’s better for those who play my profane songs to also repent,” he added.
In an interview on Cape Coast-based Kastle FM 90.3MHz, Papa Shee who is credited as the first Ghanaian musician to put his songs on a DVD said once you become a born again Christian there is no need to encourage the playing of secular music since no one can serve two masters.
“God said my son you cannot serve two masters so if it happens like that, you can’t love both of the masters equally. Once you become a Christian, you don’t need to encourage secular music,” Papa Shee stated.
He concluded “What you have to know is that once you die there is no second chance for you to repent so it’s better you do it now that you still have life.”
Source: Amansan Krakye (kastlefmonline.com)