Joshua Mike-Bamiloye, son of popular Mount Zion Faith Drama Ministry founder, Mike Bamiloye, has stated that Christians should not desire the Grammys.
He stated this while reacting to a viral clip of international singer, Sam Smith, performing at the much celebrated international award ceremony.
Sam Smith and his troupe were claded in red with controversial attires which many had referred to as a “demonic” themed performance.
Sam Smith was seen wearing a red hat with two horns locked on it, while he was surrounded by veiled ladies, with some holding whips, while Kim Petras who performed with him was seen singing inside a cage on stage.
The duo sang the popular song, “unholy”, at the much celebrated award which saw Beyonce becoming the most celebrated artist in the history of the award.
Reacting to the performance, Joshua through his Twitter page on Monday tweeted, “It gets more blatant each time. The reflection of what rules in their midst.
Dare I say, there’s no real “heaven-mandate” reason why a child of God Christian would desire to be in the Grammies.”
His tweet generated other responses, from other tweeps.
@Ofispeaks, responded,”Your last paragraph is totally WRONG. There is a litteral mandate to do just that. Daniel, Joseph, Esther were sent into arenas far more occultic than this.”
Also, @Senoravoice, tweeted, “If you’re disputing this tweet, then you’ll also believe that picking money from the floor is a means of God’s provision 🙂.
“The means is also very important to God because His means will never contradict His word.”
@HOlonimoyo, tweeted, “Let’s take it easy… Daniel was at the headquarters of sorcery… and was the most trusted adviser of at least 3 pagan kings. Joseph too, communed with magicians in his time. In the World but not of the World”