The “Tek Weh Yuhself” sinjay received some criticism from fans on social media earlier this week after he premiered his brand new single “Buss It Open,” which many claim is a clear deviation from his recent spiritual persona.
The often controversial entertainer made the declaration after one fan cheekily asked “Thought he was a Christian?” on his music video for his single, which was also echoed by dozens of other fans.
However, according to Vegas, he is not a Christian and the people saying negative things on his music video are just doing it for the likes. He claims the song is just a dance and if it was anyone else many persons would not have had an issue.
In recent years the entertainer has raised a few eyebrows after declaring a more spiritual side to himself, and even releasing a Gospel album.
However, Vegas claims he almost lost himself as an artiste through indoctrination and the song, and his 12-track album “Ism” was a way of helping him to escape his religious beliefs.
“I’m still escaping religion. When I was a Christian and didn’t know any better, people said I wasn’t a Christian. When I came out of the church, people said: ‘But wait him a no Christian’?,” Vegas said.
“Everyone saw that I went into the church this year and got kicked out. One of the reasons I went in the church was to show that this ‘Bible’ was made to destroy people, especially women, and weaken the black race.”