Bility replies to question about his tribe and religion
When asked by panelist Keff Hassan about his tribe and religion while appearing last night on popular "Spoon Talk," Musa Hassan Bility gave a rather emotional but real life answer, below:
“Me, Ian’t pay no money to be Mandingo man oh. There’s nothing I can do about it. My mother, Mano woman from Nimba, my father, Mandingo man from Sakapea. I was not there when they were borning me. I played no part. I just saw myself in this world. If that’s a crime, there’s nothing I can do about that one. As a Muslim, culturally, we all found ourselves in the religion that we are in. I’m very proud to be a Muslim, I will exercise my religion, anywhere, everywhere, and whoever does not appreciate that, you can go with whatever you have to offer me. I have been married for 26yrs to a Christian. I got married in the church, at St. Stephens. My wife, I’ve never ask her one day, to be a Muslim, she has never ask me one day, to be a Christian. I’m proud of her, I know how much she holds God dearly, and that is it. If you don’t see life that way, I am sorry for whoever thinks that way.” Musa Hassan Bility.