Catholic Church threatens to sue Nigerian artiste, Jay Fashion

Felix Okoye

Catholic Church members have issued a threat to young Nigerian singer, Jay fashion for putting on a priest garment. According to the Catholic faithfuls, it is an insult on the religious body.

The Nigerian singer and songwriter who recently dropped a hit single tilted IKUWAGO featuring FLAVOUR said in his recent interview with HIP TV that the priest garment he wore in the music video is just a costume.

However, some Catholic church members who see the gesture from the fast rising singer as disrespectful to Catholic religion warned and threatened to take some legal actions against him.


Recall Jay Fashion has been seen doing lots of charity works lately which keep generating some controversies of the reasons for the charity work.

On the July 8, 2019, he was caught on camera smoking cigarette while visiting the sick, with a child on his alms. The controversy didn’t go so well with lots of on social media users as some of them lashed out him for such unhealthy behaviour.

Meanwhile, August 19, 2019, he was captured sharing cooked food to some helpless abandoned children at Mushin, where he visited wearing a Catholic priest garment.


Also, on August 21, 2019, a video of him sharing lots of detergent and soaps to some homeless beggars at Ajah, Lagos made rounds the internet.

Do you consider him putting on this garment wrong? What’s your take?

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