Dancehall music star Shatta Wale has spoken for the first time after 'surviving' the latest death prophecy which was placed on him by a pastor in his country. The musician who had earlier not responded to the supposed word of wisdom meted to him was full of fury after he successfully scaled through.
Shatta Wale had earlier in the year received a prophesy by many 'men of God' that he was bound to die within this year if he did not change his ways.
Many of these prophecies have been flamed by social media as many people could not help but wonder if any of the prophets' utterances were going to come true.
The controversial musician, in turn, had fought off these doom prophecies with threats of burning down some churches if the prophecy failed to come to pass.
More recently, Prophet Stephen Adom, the same person who has one of Ghana's popular female celebrity came out to warn Shatta Wale to be careful or he would die on December 24, 2018.
“God said I should tell Shatta Wale that if he is not very careful and cautious, he will be involved in an accident in December and die,” Prophet Adom reportedly said.
While the musician had brushed off the prophecy, it looks like he had his fingers crossed for the day and he has taken to social media to celebrate.
In message on his Facebook page, Shatta Wale threw jabs at the peddlers of those death prophecies describing them as fake Christians.
“Fire Burn Fake Christians this Christmas
You go fi go mallam for medicine
But you for kno say this whole Accra me I get that pharmacy …
Shatta movement be talk and do and we go do am p3333 !!!!! ��
Ghana needs to know God otherwise most of the youth will fail in their quest to make this country a better one ..
Think say u get medicine, noooo
Me Ade drink blood and bath blood and also keep blood …
If you don’t know me don’t play wrong card cuz am very scary ..
I AM DA BEAST THAT THIS WORLD HASNT SEEN BEFORE ,I AM TOO BLESSED MY NIGGA TOO FUCKEN BLESSED …”
Recently, Shatta Wale proved that he is himself a 'man of God' when he made a statement about how he preaches the word of God through his music. According to him, it was only proper to give to Caesar what belongs to Caesar and give to God what belongs to God.
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