Musician Spyro says my father was a pastor and he made me hate God.
Spyro, a musician, said, “My father was a pastor and he made me hate God.”
He remarked, “The pressure was not good.”
Spyro, a singer from Nigeria, has been transparent about his connection to Christianity. However, it appears that he wasn’t always like this.
The musician was a guest on the most recent episode of the Tea with Tay Podcast, where he discussed his. Childhood in the Mushin neighborhood of Lagos with presenter Emmanuel Taymesan he talked candidly about his upbringing as the son. Of a pastor, emphasizing that at the time he “hated God” due to his father.
“You know how pastors are with their kids, right? My father was pretty strict,” he started.
Taymesan added, “Na we dey spoil pass,” and Spyro nodded in agreement “they’re really strict because they have this ideology. That their children are the ones that…”
Although his father was a pastor and imposed strong morals, Spyro acknowledged that he was under a lot of strain. And that this caused him to grow up to despise religion.
It’s true that there is a lot of pressure. But despite being directly in front of a Bible, I didn’t even know God through my dad. We were required to read the Bible every morning when we woke up, therefore I was never taught the identity of God. I actually loathe God and God’s nature because of my father,” he continued.
According to Spyro, people’s negative image of religion was shaped by their daily pattern of rising early for fellowship and being surrounded by the Bible all the time. Even though he was raised in a religious household, he made it clear that he now enjoys religion outside of his father’s ministry.
In the words of Spyro, people’s negative image of religion was shaped by their daily pattern of rising early for fellowship and being surrounded by the Bible all the time.
Although he was raised in a religious household, he made it clear that he now enjoys religion independently of his father’s ministry.