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Rufftone released a single called ‘Prodigal daughter’, that was inspired by the day-to-day social media-savvy woman.

‘I Also Made A Mistake And Kissed Many Frogs Before I Met My Princess’ Rufftone Reveals Details Of His Song Prodigal Daughter

What inspired me to write this song is the way many women suffer from low self-esteem. Some have had abortions and others can’t even conceive because of that. When they get into marriage again, they have self condemnation,” Rufftone told Word Is.

He continued, “I always ask men, what if you were a lady and you could be conceiving? How many kids could you be having or how many abortions could you have procured?”

The Gospel star added that, “Women are so important in the society, but one of the major issues they are having is self-condemnation.That’s why many women are prompt to do things that will comfort them and wear different masks such as: “All men are dogs, I will not get married, I am a modern women and all that is because of self condemnation, which should cease.”

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The Lord has led me to this. I have friends and relatives that don’t love some of the things that happened in the past and ladies live with those things they did in past for the better part of their lives, while the men they did those things with have moved on and become great while women get issues with their self-esteem.”

Rufftone said through the song, “I am reminding them that forgiveness is still there and it is free. I myself, I am not perfect and I have an ex who went through this before I was born again because of me. You know, I kissed many frogs before I met my princess, but I am fully responsible for everything that happened and sorry about that.”

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Rufftone is happily married to Krystal and they are blessed with two kids.

The singer gushed, “Marriage and love are like mint bubble gum as you start to chew, it is bitter, but as you continue, it becomes better as long as you found someone compatible you can move and you can’t do marriage without God.”

Watch his song Prodigal Daughter below:

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