Media personality, Solomon Buchi has taken aim at Nigerians who criticized the large crowd present at “The Experience” gospel concert.
The sizable number of Nigerians who showed up for a Christian concert in Lagos state last Friday has drawn criticism from some netizens.
Responding to these criticisms, Solomon Buchi compared netizens reactions to Burna Boy, Davido or Wizkid’s 20,000 capacity concert and free annual gospel concert with over 65,000 people.
According to him, their activism is only activated when church folks gather.
He also questioned if these reactions are ordinary or a possibility of demonic infection.
Solomon Buchi, in a lengthy post, wrote: ‘’Burnaboy, Davido or Wizkid sells out 20,000 capacity concerts. “Wow! My goat, I love to see black excellence.”
The Experience, a FREE annual gospel music concert with over 65,000. “Nigerians and religion. Imagine if these people went to protest; Nigeria will be fine. Why don’t you say this about your fave when thousands attend their concerts?”
“With all deserved disrespect, you’re out of your mind. Your activism is only activated when church folks gather. Same way you guys bully churches that build cathedrals, instead of focusing on your governors.”
“When I think about this double standard against Christians, I detect a possibility of demonic infection. Is it ordinary?”
“For a lot of Nigerian Christians, they don’t attend concerts all year, because there’s a lot to hustle for. Then, at the end of each year, they gather for FREE, FREE oh, to worship God, and express gratitude for the year. But you won’t stop taunting them.”
“Look at it morally. Which is better? Paying for a concert where you’re led to sing “I need Igbo and shayo” or attending a free gospel concert where you express gratitude.”
“From a purely artistic and musical perspective, the Experience is the most expensive gospel concert in Africa. Most of your faves cannot match up with the musical excellence that the Experience portrays.”