June 14, 2024

Mike, the son of clergyman and Mount Zion Film founder Mike Bamiloye, expressed his views on Twitter on Tuesday.

Music producer, Joshua Bamiloye, has revealed why he feels Christians who watch Big Brother Naija should not be criticized.

Mike, the son of clergyman and Mount Zion Film founder Mike Bamiloye, expressed his views on Twitter on Tuesday, July 25.

He advised Christians who are quick to judge viewers of the show to examine their own lives and ensure they are not addicted to anything that takes the place of God in their hearts, including football or other distractions.

He emphasized that Christians should instead focus on supporting and encouraging one another in their faith and putting God first. By doing so, they would have a better understanding of how to handle such contents.

The father of one tweeted;

“Before you tackle Christians watching BB, be sure you’re not a football addict. Before you tackle ladies that know everything about their favorite character, be sure you’re not the same with all the football players. Before you criticize them replacing devotion time with the show, be sure you haven’t skipped a fellowship over a hot match, Or you haven’t been checking live scores during the service.

“The fact remains that whatever competes with God in your heart is on the same boat, of course we know the show contains immoral scenes and isn’t exactly productive (life of over 80% of entertainment content today). So let’s encourage building our walk with God and placing him as top priority and it’ll reflect in how much wisdom we apply in handling these contents.”

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