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    ‘It’s not the head of the Baphomet’ – Efia Odo defends Shatta-Beyonce’s alleged Satanic ‘Already’ song with proof

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    Ghanaian media person – Efia Odo has released proof to show that, Shatta Wale and Beyonce’s ‘Already’ song isn’t satanic…

    Ghanaian media person – Efia Odo has released proof to show that, Shatta Wale and Beyonce’s ‘Already’ song isn’t satanic as being tagged by the Christian community.

    Efia Odo has defended Shatta Wale’s ‘Already’ song with Beyonce by disclosing that it isn’t satanic. She tried her possible best to refute all claims made by some Christian society.

    Background:

    Beyonce’s Black Is King film is Satanic – Pastor Cedric Knight

    An American clergyman, Minister, and Podcaster, Cedric Knight claims Beyonce’s Black is King film is Satanic.

    Sharing a photo of Beyonce’s image in Already music video, the American singer was seen wearing a horn and Pastor Cedric says the horn connotes Satanic image of Baphomet.

    Sharing the photo on his Facebook page, he wrote:

    ‘Black is King is #satanic! They aren’t #hiding anymore! #Witches #Jezebels #Warlocks’

    Cedric further said that Beyonce is in contract with the devil for her fame:

    Baphomet is a deity that the Knights Templar were accused of worshipping, and that subsequently was incorporated into occult and mystical traditions. The name Baphomet appeared in trial transcripts for the Inquisition of the Knights Templar starting in 1307.

    In defence, Efia Odo said Beyonce communicates through arts.

    She shared photos of proving with the caption:

    “Foek Festival dancers from Kanjaga Tribe in northern Ghana. They wear hats made out of bulls horns which symbolizes bravery strength and being a warrior.

    It’s not the head of the baphomet! Beyonce always communicates thru arts.”

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    'It's not the head of the Baphomet' - Efia Odo defends Shatta-Beyonce's alleged Satanic 'Already' song with prove

    Meanwhile, renowned Pastor Sonnie Badu has also shared his view on it in the video beneath:

    Source: Celebritiesbuzz