Tope Alabi Faces Backlash for Using Sacred Ifa Word in Her Performance

Gospel Singer Tope Alabi Sparks Outrage for Using Ifa Greeting on Stage

 Gospel singer Tope Alabi has come under fire from some traditionalists for using the word aboru aboye while on stage during a recent performance. The word, which means "the offering has been made, taken to heaven, and the offering has been accepted", is a secret language of power among those who have been initiated in Ifa, a traditional African religion. It is also a way of greeting and paying homage to the elders and divinities in Ifa community.

Some traditionalists took to social media to express their displeasure and accuse the singer of disrespecting their culture and religion. They argued that she had no right to use the word without being initiated or having any knowledge of its meaning and significance. They also claimed that she was trying to appropriate their sacred word for her own benefit.

However, some fans of the singer defended her and said that she meant no harm by using the word. They said that she was only expressing her gratitude to God and that she had used the word before in some of her songs. They also said that the word was not exclusive to Ifa and that anyone could use it as a form of prayer and blessing.

The singer has not yet responded to the controversy or explained why she used the word on stage. Some sources say that she may have learned the word from her husband, who is also a gospel singer and an Ifa practitioner.

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