Minister Marion Hall Is Back – Talks Property That’s For Sale

Monday, February 14, 2022, 5:57 PM GMT-5

 Minister Marion Hall has returned to clarify her last posts made on Instagram and Facebook last Tuesday, which stated she would no longer be ministering on social media. Hall made the posts after engaging in a series of virtual confrontations with the leading ladies of dancehall.

The minister, formerly known as Lady Saw, in a new interview clarified that she would not be abandoning her ministry, saying that she would only be transferring her church to another platform.

“I would never turn my back on God,” the entertainer said in the interview with the Jamaica Observer. She went on to say that she could never walk away from her calling she would only be leaving Facebook and Instagram because they are filled with the “devil’s activity”.

The platform that the minister will be relocating to is YouTube which she says has been monetized. Hall went on to explain her departure from those two social media with her reason being receiving many distracting and “toxic” comments.

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Minister Hall added that she would only be accepting prayers from persons who “know the Lord”.

After setting the record straight about her ministry, Hall cease the opportunity to address a recent media report about her house being up for sale at a minimum of $60 million to compensate a 68-year-old woman $3 million for the injuries she suffered after being attacked by Marion’s dogs while on her property to do work.

Hall started by explaining that during the time of the incident she was in the United States for six months. The Minister also claimed that she did not hire the lady to do work. She went on to say that she has been trying to get the house sold and it was previously listed for 75 million.

In her previous life when she was known as Lady Saw, Hall came up from Galina, St. Mary And conquered the dancehall genre. Throughout her career, which lasted more than 25 years, Lady Saw became the first female deejay to win a Grammy Award in 2004 for her song ‘Underneath It All’. She was also the first female deejay to be certified as a triple-platinum artiste.

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