Trinity Cross was a hip life group known as C-GAB or Abujaboys with the popular hit song Mama.
The group, in an interview with Kwabby on Easter Monday 17 April on Class91.3FM, said switching from hiplife to gospel had not been easy but encouraged Christians to remain steadfast no matter the juicy offers that may be offered to them to turn away from their faith.
“It got to a point when we were trying to make a decision that we have to go back to the church and serve God with our gift and that was when the devil was smart enough to come in with some deals,” they stated.
“Those deals were huge; someone will call it the devil’s apple. It was so good and nice but dangerous. They [the occult group in Europe] came and said, ‘Guys, your song is all over there in Europe, so let’s get close and help you make it big with your second coming.’ And the offer was if we would allow ourselves to become gays, that is, get into [homosexuality]. They said, ‘We will bless you, help you, manage you, promote you, and make you big stars.
“They said we had to sleep with guys to make money and that was our assignment, that was the deal.”
Nii Soul of MTN Project and TV3 Mentor fame, a member of the group, advised Christians not to be quick to judge others who once did secular music but embrace them when they turn to the church.
Trinity Cross is made up of G-Sign (God’s Signature), Nii Soul, Nii Miracle, and Nii Wonder. The group is out with a single called W’aye Bi.