The Ghanaian Gospel singer who is now into the prophetic ministry as the founder of the RockHill Church in Atlanta, Georgia, has shared a post on social media about his luxury cars and mansion in America.
Sonnie Badu shows off his cars and mansion to the glory of God
Proud son of God, Sonnie Badu, is showing off the material things his father has blessed him with to glorify His name.
Sonnie Badu posted a photo of himself standing in front of three cars parked in front of his house. The outspoken Ghanaian man of God captioned the photo "Psalm 23 is my favorite scripture, what’s yours?".
The caption is enough to say he shall not as Psalm 23 reads, "the Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters. He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name's sake."
The post has since been attracting comments from his fans and friends. "You deserve it show it off my brother," Prophet Ajagurajah said with Ayisha Modi adding that "Blessings from most high. Miss u". See the post below for more.
Sonnie Badu is one of the few Ghanaian men of God who are outspoken and share their thoughts on matters without fear of criticism. A few weeks ago, he said it will be better to watch him on YouTube if one cannot afford to book him for an event.
“By God’s grace there is YouTube. So, if you cannot meet me in person, you can watch me on YouTube.”
The musician said this while explaining what will make him consider accepting an offer to perform at an event in an interview with ZionFelix.
He pointed out that, because of his many responsibilities, he only accepts to perform at shows organized by people who are willing to “spend to make it happen” because he wants “excellence.”
“I’ve got to right books, I’ve written 50 books. I have to be a pastor, mentor, be a husband, I have five children. So, if it is not worth it for me, I will not go. And I can do my own concert so in the itinerary, we plan it and we try to get it done.”
He continued that he filled the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Constitution Hall in the U.S.A with “over 5000 people.”
And that he is the “first African to ever do that. And we spent over $300,000 and I’m okay with that. I can do just a show in a year and I will be okay with that because when I’m done, I don’t need to do it again. The impact has been made.”
For that event, he said that “we pulled everybody from all over the America.”
According to him, unless the requirements of his team is met, he would not perform at any event because he is not willing to compromise on quality.
“You will have to follow our demands because what I put on the table you would not get it anywhere else… You have to meet our requirements or I’m not coming.”
Asked whether that decision does not hinder the spread of the gospel, he indicated that “we should not confuse spirituality with things that has to be done.”
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