Ghanaian artist turned minister, Morris Babyface, has opened up on the quantity of ladies he used to lay down with.
He described in a meeting with ZionFelix that he lays down with a limit of four (4) ladies inside a day prior to he turned into a brought back to life Christain.
Morris expressed that laying down with ladies was getting routine until God opened his eyes and saved him from his evil ways.
As indicated by him, each wrongdoing is a transgression and there is nothing similar to a lightweight sin.
He referenced how individuals can wind up in hellfire in the event that they don't apologize from their evil ways.
Morris Babyface conceded that his circumstance would have been more regrettable if God didn't contact him early.
Since the villain needs to pulverize individuals totally, the well known music maker focused on that he would have laid down with more ladies, yet he expressed gratitude toward God for saving him on schedule.
Watch the full meeting beneath.
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