Stephanie Otobo, the Canada-based Nigerian singer, has put out a diss track in which she mocked Apostle Johnson Suleman, the founder of Omega Fire Ministry. 


The controversial musician announced the song shortly after she resumed her attack on the cleric over the alleged romantic affair between them.

In April 2017, Otobo accused Suleman of having a sexual relationship with her. She also alleged that he got her pregnant and then gave her a concoction to drink to terminate the pregnancy.

The cleric, however, denied her allegations and took legal action against her. Otobo was later arrested and dragged to court.


She subsequently retracted the allegations against Suleman, saying she was “heavily paid” by top politicians and some pastors to blackmail him.

But on Monday, she launched a fresh attack against the clergyman in a song titled ‘Apostle’.

“This is my special gift to apostle Johnson Suleman. Oga, ready for vawulence. Isa beef track…” she wrote on Twitter.


In the less than three-minute song, Otobo called Suleman a “fake prophet”, adding that he should be ready for “violence.”

“I no fit die in silence o, apostle ready for my violence o, madness pass madness o…na me be queen of highness, you think say you get people, you think say you get money, we no say your heart is evil, na you be cunning cunning…” she could be heard singing.

“Yahoo yahoo Daddy GO, you go know say I no come to joke, I no play and I know dey look face…your jaz no go last o, fake prophet call them out o.”

Listen to the song here:



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