The debate on children's blessings and where they come from especially in relation to the Christian society and the African culture has been a question of debate for long but most say that blessings come from both ends of the family.
Through her instagram page she went ahead to write quotting,
"Blessings comes from Children's dad; If it was the Mothers, Rebecca would have blessed her son. Those who are single and tell their Children that their dad was stepped on by a lorry; let's join our children with their fathers and look for this blessings where they are🙏🏽. Blessed day!"
In her Bible reference, Loise was indicating that blessing's of children were coming from the fathers and not the other way referring to Rebbecca that if it was also mothers she would have blessed her son.
This was not taken lightly by her fans who through the comment section went ahead to share their displeasure in her statements with one asking her why she had chosen to take away her children from their father.
Another asked about the fathers who rejected their children did it mean that they were not blessed? Some even blasted her saying that she was confused
Others though went ahead to air their views saying that blessings only belonged to God and him alone.
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