Mavado “Big Like Jesus” Addresses God-like Image Backlash
Written by Midwest Reggae on October 29, 2018
Earlier this week, Mavado received some backlash on social media for posting a God-like image on his Instagram page. Some dancehall fans were angry over the artwork, calling it blasphemous. The Gully Gad has finally responded to the chatters, and it’s very clear that he could care less. “This must be the end days these are perilous times. What’s the big fuss for?” Vado said.
“Is it me being in the image or the image itself?” Mavado continues. “It’s Halloween season we dress up our kids and houses is all form of devil representations and it’s ok? Look at all these festivals we go in all kinds of costumes with the ‘devil fork’ and it’s ok? They taking bibles out schools and hotels and it’s ok? I have been representing for God ever since I was a child until my last breath so I will forever represent for him, even the Christians are scared to represent for God now when last you see someone knock at your door telling you to come to church they scared to get shot.”
Mavado’s new single “Big Like Jesus” will be released on iTunes on Thursday, and is the follow-up to his recent single “Dancehall Prophecy” where he paid homage to his incarcerated son. The singer is also working on a new project due later this year or early next year.