The spotlight has continued to beam on Alaseyori since Tope Alabi openly criticised the wordings of her 2020 hit song.
Alaseyori, however, recently played down the dust over the matter when she described Alabi as “a mother to me”.
In an Instagram post on Friday, Bamiloye claimed the issue was originally the devil’s conception to disrupt the gospel music industry but eventually turned out to be a blessing.
The cleric commended Alaseyori for her handling of the matter, noting that since the incident, her career had taken an upward swing.
“Evangelist Yinka Alaseyori, thank you for remaining calm in the middle of the storms that the devil raised up to divide the music ministry that is even not yet large enough for end-time revival. May the Lord bless you and increase your anointing to sing more for his glory,” he wrote.
“…I believe the Lord has allowed what happened to spring a surprise to the devil. The devil meant it for a showdown, but the Lord had used it as an uproar. Within a space of one week, the Lord made your name go viral and People began searching for your music and began to follow you up on Instagram and Facebook.
“I also went to search for you and listen to your music and discovered you have been singing for a long time. But would I have known, if not for the storm the Lord allowed?
“Your Instagram figure shot up and you covered a gap in one week, that took many people many years to cover. That is called favour.”
Bamiloye enjoined Alaseyori to sustain such a down-to-earth personality and honour God the more with her music.
The clergyman also commended Alabi over reports that she had apologised to her colleague amid the ensuing drama.
“Evangelist Tope Alabi, thank you for doing the needful with the apologies, May the devil be continually disgraced and disappointed over your life. May you continually excel in battles that springs surprises against your life and ministry,” he added.
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