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QUEEN NAIJA CALLS PASTOR JOHN P. KEE A "FAKE" CHRISTIAN

January 6, 2019

 

 

If you haven't heard the news yet, there is an alleged feud going on between the Legendary gospel artist and songwriter, Pastor John P. Kee and R&B newcomer, 22 year-old Queen Naija. Back in June 2018, she was accused of stealing one of John P. Kee's famous melody's. As if things could not get any worse, just a few weeks ago Queen Naija calls Pastor John a "fake" Christian because of the accusations. 

 

There could be a pending lawsuit between Pastor John P. Kee and YouTube star turned R&B singer. Pastor John P. Kee alleges that Queen Naija used his famous melody from his song 'You Don't Know My Story' (Life and Favor 2012) in her her hit song 'Karma'. Well, this has caused an uproar and downright war between the two, which also also cause R&B singer Lil Mo' to get involved with some choice words about Queen Naija. Apparently, Lil Mo' is the niece of Pastor John P. Kee, who went on to state his position and thoughts about the business process, while congratulating Queen Naija on her success. Many social media followers felt that Pastor Kee was being shady, saying that he should not sue her at all, since she is successful in his eyes.

 

The key thing that Pastor John P. Kee noted was that he and Queen Naija are under the same record label. He also said that someone should talk to their producers. He wrote in a comment, " I'm a businessman. I've been a publisher for over 35 years. This is bigger than her. Staff. producers, management, agents, etc. should have handled this properly out the gate!" Queen Naija sticks to her story that as she was writing 'Karma', she had the gospel song nowhere in mind. "Y'all act like people can't think of the same melodies, and trust me. That melody ain't nothing crazy. People will take anything and run with it." 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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