Pastor Kong Hee’s Wife Sun Ho Scrutinized For Secular Music Videos Amidst Church Scandal
The popular Singapore pastor whose caught heat for conspiracy of funds from his church has other issues to deal with. Due to the overwhelming press on his scandal to fund his wife Sun Ho’s secular music career, a focus has been shifted on who she is and her music.
Pastor Kong Hee of City Harvest Church and his wife Ho Yeow Sun aka Sun Ho in the music world, has the public taking a closer look at what this pastor’s wife does away from the church.
Wikipedia describes in short Sun Ho’s background:
Sun Ho, is a Singaporean pop music singer. She studied at Anglican High School and Victoria Junior College. Ho is one of the co-founders of City Harvest Church and its community services and is married to Kong Hee Sun started her Mandarin pop singing career in 2002 and subsequently worked with producers and performers such as Wyclef Jean, Diane Warren, The Underdogs, David Foster and Carole Bayer Sager.
At the beginning of her career, she was accused of dressing inappropriately and splitting her time with the religious community and the secular music world. She was also accused early on for using church money to fund her music career.
After performing several successful concerts in Singapore, China, Taiwan and the US, it was in 2010, when Sun Ho was questioned by the Singapore Police when City Harvest Church came under investigation for alleged misuse of funds.
We viewed a few of her videos and they are certainly very inappropriate for a pastor’s wife and First Lady. We agree with what people have been saying that she dresses provocatively and embraces the pop and secular culture more so than her first lady duties. In one video, she’s dancing with nearly no clothes on with women caressing her body and the other video shows her wanting to kill her boyfriend because she cleans and cooks for him while he cheats on her. Wow! What a role model for the church ladies of Singapore and around the world!
Take a look for yourself and let us know what you think about her “China Wine” video and “Mr. Bill” video: