Nigerian gospel singer, Mercy Chinwo has taken to social media to celebrate after achieving an impressive milestone.
She recently reached the 100 million listeners mark on international streaming platform, Boomplay.
Chinwo gave glory to God for her accomplishment, as she noted that the ‘Kingdom of God is forcefully advancing.’
The popular songstress also expressed thanks to her fans for always listening to her songs on Boomplay and spreading the gospel of Christ.
She shared photos of herself holding the award plaque and wrote;
“The Kingdom of God is forcefully advancing, all glory to God 🙏🙏🙏🙏
-Thanks to everyone yes You👉 for always streaming and sharing the goodnews about Christ💃💃
-It’s an honour to celebrate this milestone 100m #BoomplayGoldenclub plaque🎊🎊
-A special shout out to @boomplaynigeria for all the love and support shown to us and our music.
-Keep on streaming our new EP-ELEVATED on Boomplay 💃🏾💃🏾💃🏾”
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Meanwhile as Chinwo is celebrating, a young singer, Obidiz risks paying N2 billion compensation to her or he will lose his first hit song for using her name and image in a derogatory manner.
CorrectNG reported earlier that she filed a lawsuit against him over unauthorized use of her name on the secular song titled ‘Mercy Chinwo’.
In the lyrics of the single which is garnering massive streams, Obidiz did a compare and contrast of how he would not commit to a lady that acts like Mercy in church but turns to American rapper, Cardi B in the club.
He talked about an imaginary lady giving her body (cake) to him without asking him for commitment.
The rising artiste mentioned Chinwo’s name thrice in different verses referencing the same behaviour.
The lyrics said; “She dey share me the cake o, and she no want commitment. Mercy Chinwo for church o but for club na Cardi B set. I no go commit o. No commitment at all, Bad girl I no go commit o. No commitment at all Yeah….”
The context in which Mercy Chinwo’s name was used is what provoked her to drag Obidiz to court and demand N2billion for damages.