When we thought he should be on honeymoon right now, Sonnie Badu is already facing criticisms over his recently held wedding.

According to GhanaWeb, Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah who is the general overseer of Glorious Word Power Ministry International, Badu shouldn’t have played and danced to secular music during his wedding.

Speaking to Kwame Nkrumah ‘Tikese’, host of ‘Ade Akye Abia’ morning show on Okay FM, the man of God stated that playing a secular music in the house of God is against the word of God.

“A worldly song should not be played in the house of God. If a Christian is marrying in the presence of God and pastors in the church premises, you cannot play child’s game there.

No matter the status of the person in the society – whether pastor, musician or anybody, if you are getting married in the house of God, you should never play a secular music” he stated.

Owusu Bempah then said he would have ordered them to stop the music if he were the pastor officiating the wedding ceremony.

“If the song was played at an event after the wedding ceremony outside the church auditorium, it would not have been a problem. Even with secular songs there are stages in it. There are some songs which send out a good message and others, otherwise.”

He continued “all things are lawful for me, but all things are not expedient. So if we say we are Christians, why should we play secular song in the house of God? It is not a good example.”

“I will never agree with anybody who plays a worldly song in the house of God where children of the Most High has gathered” he stated.