Fast-rising ghanaian artiste popularly known as Kweku Flick posted a video of a church happily dancing and singing to his song titled "Money".
"Money," a song which was released last year made Kweku Flick popular. This song has given him a lot of platforms. Indeed "Money" was a breakthrough for Kweku Flick.
Earlier today, the rapper posted a video of church members dancing and singing to his song on his Facebook page.
"Praise the Lord 🕊😂😂😂😂 everybody dey hia Money 💰.. Go to Church and see the love 🥰🥰
#SikaNieKwekuNie #Haaaaaaadc #PAW" the caption he made on the video.
In the video you can see members of the church happily jamming to the song(money). This got a lot of people talking under the post.
"I'm sure the head pastor wasn't around 😂😂"
"As)refuo mpo ay3 wild 😂🤣"
"It's true the Pastor is telling them he needs money so More Offering"
"everybody need it"
Netizens reaction to the video.
Link to the video https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=251575993421359&id=100057068814909
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