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“As soon as I made money, I stopped believing in religion” – Omah Lay

Nigerian Afrobeat Gem, Omah Lay has disclosed his current relationship with God after yet another open podcast.

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In the recent podcast where the Nigerian singer featured as a guest he revealed that since he attained fame and money he hasn’t been able to find taste in religion.

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Revealing his connection with God, he outlined that he was very religious before fame following the view of his family fate.

Adding to this, he outlined he has lost interest in religion but however has not lost connection with God as he is still clinged to being a good soul and helping people.

In a video that has gone viral, he was spotted saying:

“As soon as I made money, I just switched; I just believed in God and became more human than religious. I don’t just enjoy religion anymore.”

“I grew up in a Christian home. I spent a lot of time in church. And at some point, I was going to convert to Islam. But now I’m at the point where it’s just me and God. Not religion. Because I really don’t know anything about religion. That’s the problem. These holy books and what everybody is saying, I know it sounds true but these are just books that I can not find evidence that this was written by God or his s”

“So, I just feel like I don’t know anything in as much as I know the bible, Jesus and Allah. But at the end, I don’t have evidence. The only evidence I have is that there’s a God who is moving me. I know that there must be something that’s somewhere that’s in charge of this whole thing. I believe it’s God.”

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