Father of Patapaa, the artist behind popular song, One Corner is appealing to pastors bent on destroying his song’s career to focus on God’s work.

Mr. Kwesi Amoah said his song has really suffered as an underground artiste before this hit thus could not fathom why people responsible for winning souls for Christ are waging a war on Patapaa.

‘One Corner was given to Patapaa by God so why are they saying it is demonic? Ah! These fake pastors always want attention’ he fumed

He was reacting to a decision by the Founder and Leader of the Heaven’s Gate Ministries, Nicholas Osei, popularly known as Prophet Kumchacha to seek a court injunction popular song ‘One Corner’ by the Swedru-based musician.

The man of God will be praying the court to place an injunction on the song to stop all radio and television stations across the country from playing the song.

The dance and song, currently the biggest song in Ghana, has seen people go gaga by either perching on whatever object is before them, go under cars, chairs or whatever while others isolate themselves on the ground to do a wild gyrating moves.

Some entertainment personalities including Funny Face and actor Kwaku Manu have all recorded videos dancing to the song.

The song and dance craze have transcended the shores of the country with Nigerian music star Reekado Banks and Falz all dancing to it.

In spite of the song being internationally recognized, Prophet Kumchacha said it is encouraging promiscuity.

But Kwesi Amoah in an interview on Kofi TV said the pastors are condemning ‘One Corner’ to be popular.

He said most of the churches of these pastors have collapsed thus want to use Patapaa’s hit song to attract members.

“How can this song be demonic? These pastors should focus on winning souls and leave my son alone. Patapaa has really suffered; he has any songs apart from One Corner but due to poverty he has not been to bring them out” he bemoaned.

Mr. Amoah thanked Ghanaians especially the people of Agona Swedru for supporting his son and hoped Patapaa which reap the fruit of his labour.