Charly Boy enlists Falz for ‘God of Men (Fake Pastors)’ visuals
Charlie Oputa, musician and television presenter better known as Charly Boy, has released the visuals for ‘God of Men (Fake Pastors),’ his latest project, featuring Falz, Nigerian singer.
The ‘Nwata Miss’ crooner took to his social media page to announce the release of the much-awaited project to his numerous fans alongside a link where it can be accessed.
“Out now! Charly Boy a.k.a Area fada is finally back into music scene with a very strong conscious music featuring Falz the bad guy. For some of you putting your hope in pastors, come hear wetin CharlyBoy and @falzthebahdguy has to say,” he wrote on Instagram.
The less than five-minutes visuals appears to be a wake up call on members of the society, particularly Christians, to stop idolising their pastors and other religious leaders.
This, the singers pointed out, is essential to avoid falling prey to the upsurge of “fake pastors” masquerading as true men of God in churches nowadays.
The video started in a typical church setting, showing Segun Arinze, Nigerian actor, who played the role of a pastor administering miracles on members of his congregation.
The project, which seemed to be a thinly-aimed dig at “fake pastors”, brought to light some excessiveness of the so-called men of God when Arinze, in the name of miracle, began to touch the sensual parts of a female church member.
The video was produced by Acesoundz and directed by Unlimited LA. It also comes months after the Charly Boy teased fans about the project.