Frank Edoho, the TV personality, has expressed displeasure with the way Moses Bliss, the gospel singer, behaved during his performance at the wedding reception of actress Ekene Umenwa.


Umenwa tied the knot with Ifeanyi Ogbodo Alex, the movie producer, on Saturday.

The actress was, however, under fire after a viral video captured her leaving Alex and kneeling before the gospel singer who was at the event to perform.

Umenwa and Bliss thereafter hugged — after which Alex claimed her back.


Reacting to the video via X, Edoho berated the gospel singer for allowing such an intimate hug.

He also argued that “the etiquette” requires that Bliss should not have held the actress but “direct the bride back to her husband and calm her euphoria”.

“I can’t blame the singer for her reaction but he shouldn’t have held her when she latched on to him like that. Direct the bride back to her husband and calm her euphoria. That’s the etiquette,” he wrote.


On Sunday, Alex, Umenwa’s husband, also responded to the controversy, saying he “is not complaining”.


He spoke after Deacon Famous, the MC of the event, had argued that Umenwa was not kneeling for Moses “but for the anointing he came with”.

“I was the one who invited Moses Bliss to the wedding to surprise because it was what she wanted. She wanted a worship session for her wedding,” Famous had said.

“She was not kneeling down for Moses, she was kneeling down for the anointing that Moses came with.

“She was kneeling down for the song he got from the spirit. She was kneeling down to pray, to honor God, to honor the grace.


“The husband also went down on his own knees to pray. Ekene was not the only person on her knees, several other people also went on their knees to worship God.”

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