Ofori Amponsah is on the wrong path - Morris Babyface
Ghanaian sound engineer, Morris D’Voice Lovit formerly known as Morris BabyFace says highlife musician turned Pastor Ofori Amponsah is on the wrong path by deciding to come back to secular music.
“He is already on the wrong path, he can even decide to feature who ever but he is already on the wrong side,” he said.
His comment comes few days after Ofori Amponsah announced his intention to collaborate with Nigerian musician Flavour.
He was speaking to Black I on Daybreak Hitz (Showbiz Review) on Hitz FM.
The man of God, who renounced secular music some years ago to pursue full-time ministry, preaching the word of God, announced his return with news to unveil a love song for his fans.
Commenting on Ofori Amposah’s return, he quizzed “I don’t believe a pastor should decide to go back to secular music if you have left the world why would you want to go back?”
“Why in the first place did you decide to leave the world and why are you going back now?”
Morris BabyFace until finding comfort in Christendom worked with some top hiplife artists and produced a lot of hit songs
Answering a question on whether he will still work on songs aside gospel, Morris said “Sound engineering is my work; if you come to me I will first of all have to listen to your lyrics if it has profanity I would work on it.”
“It’s not all highlife songs that are sinful but even though they are not sinful they are not directing you to Christ, It’s vain.”
His recent works have been with Gospel artists Esther Smith, Manuel, Bro Philemon and many others.