"You Rastafarians frown on this form of worship"
The statement above is an untrue generalization. Like I've said before I couldn't tell you a percentage, but trust that there are MANY Rastafari people who in no way frown upon traditional African spirituality, and there are those who incorporate it into their livity and see no contradiction between it and Rastafari, in fact see it and Rastafari as part and parcel of the same thing.
Anyway Kaya is not a Rasta, she is an evangelical Christian.
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