“Go take your medicine” Pastor Tobi Adegboyega shades critics, defends his harsh criticism of his choir (Video)

Controversial UK-based pastor Tobi Adegboyega has lashed out at Nigerians criticising him for his unmannerly behaviour toward his music ministers.

It was reported on Monday that the founder of SPAC Nation had triggered the anger of many on social media as he heavily criticised his music ministers.

In a video which made rounds, the celebrity pastor was seen condemning his choristers over the song they sang during service on Sunday, August 14th.

Displeased with the song, the pastor interrupted their ministration to lambast them.

He stated that the song was boring his spirits.

“Okay thank you guys be sitted please that song was boring me to death so I had to come up mehmnm…but thanks guys”.

In the comment section, Nigerians expressed disappointment at his behaviour, which many called disrespectful.

Addressing his critics, the pastor, who is unremorseful, reiterated that the song was boring him.

However, he stated that his choristers were good, but the song was boring.

Slamming those dragging him, he told them to take their medicine.

For him, he would always say the fact and Nigerians can take it how they want it.

In his words,

“Hi guys, I was told there is a conversation up online. People are dragging their predecessors; I am just joking. Now draggers are draggist, I thought they said there is no employment in Nigeria, but there is employment; you are gainfully employed.

Anyway, lemme address the issue now; it shows that you guys want leadership, right? You want people who are responsible and accountable; let me be accountable.

The song was boring. It was actually very boring. The singers lit, but the song is boring. I know there is nobody to speak for me or defend me in Nigeria; fact is fact; take it how you take it!!

Now guys, the draggist and draggers, go take your medicine. For progress thinkers, good Nigerians, which I have many as followers, there is hope”.

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