Hiplife artiste, C- Zar has expressed his desire to preach the word of God to the world.
In a Facebook post, the ‘Araba Lawson’ hit maker wrote: “I want to start preaching the gospel of Christ to all nations so help me God.”
When citifmonline.com asked if he was serious about it, he replied in the affirmative.
“I mean it. I am going to use Facebook to do that more. I won’t just write anything here. Instead, I will write gospel stuff here,” he said.
However, he noted that he is doing this out of his will and not because he has gotten any call from God to be a pastor.
“Social media is getting worse so I think this will help,” C-Zar explained to Citi Showbiz.
Even though he has been quiet for some time now, the ‘Befe M’ano’ rapper says he is concentrating on his business for now.
“You know my business is more important than music. I can chip in any time I want. Music is not my priority,” he told Citi Showbiz.
The artiste who also deals in electrical appliances says he is comfortable with that business. But has the music business also been beneficial to C-Zar? Well, according to him, music has also opened so many avenues for him.
“I have so many customers all in the name of music. I have won award out of it too. Nominated several times,” he stated.
C-Zar is came into the music scene in 1999 with ‘Afei Na Maba,’ followed with ‘Sunsum Sofo,’ and later with other hit songs such as ‘Araba Lawson,’ ‘Befe M’ano’ and ‘Mercy Loko.’
By Kwame Dadzie/citifmonline.com/Ghana