- A trending song called Dorime which is usually played in clubs recently made its way to a church service
- In a video touring social media, the song was heard at a church service in Port Harcourt
- Internet users had mixed reactions to the viral video as some saw the humor in it while others condemned the song “mundane”
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In recent times, clubs across Nigeria have been known to inaugurate drinks with a trending song popularly called Dorime.
Interestingly, the song which is known to be a club banger recently also found its way into a church across the country.
In a viral video seen by Legit.ng, a practitioner recorded the moment Dorime was performed at her place of worship in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
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In the short Snapchat video, the person seemed amused as the song played as he recorded the reactions of the other devotees.
However, not all of them seemed surprised or moved to see that the other worshipers were sitting quietly in their seats as the song played.
See the video below:
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Mixed reactions from Nigerians
After the short clip hit the internet, internet users had some interesting things to say about it. While some people found it all fun, others wondered why a popular “club song” would be played in a place of worship.
Read what some of them had to say below:
“He says one for the pastor, one for the ministers, two for the other members of the church.”
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“This song is for everyone, especially those who donate to church.”
“Wt * f, Lord have mercy.”
“No fun, there are limits to everything.”
“Dorime’s songwriter actually said that the words in the song aren’t actually from any language. So that actually doesn’t make any sense. You can google it if you feel the need to chat.”
“Cool. Christianity shouldn’t be boring.”
“There are two bottles of Moët for the choir, two for the usher and 3 for the pastor… Naija Na cruise abeg.”
The real voice behind the “one for the DJ, one for the hypeman” audio speaks
After false reports circled the late DJ Flexy Naija who voiced the trending audio, the real voice behind, Emmy Blaq, was forced to purify the air.
Speaking to his Instagram page, Blaq made it clear that he was alive and not dead as he claimed earlier. He also shared the original audio that made the headlines.
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In his caption he wrote:
“Please I’m Alive I’m Not Dead 5 bottle voiceover from Hennessy VSOP, this is my content not for the flexy DJ. Please let’s help edit this news please please that the soul of DJ flexy rest in peace … “
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