Ghanaian reggae/dancehall musician Shatta Wale has made threats toward “fake” prophets who take delight in predicting nothing but his death.
This comes after a Prophet called Cosmos Walker Affran who is said to have also predicted Ebony‘s death took to Facebook to announce that God spoke with him, and revealed Shatta Wale will die soon..
On Saturday, Prophet Affran in a Facebook post, shared that Ghana should pray because he sees the whole country in tears — obviously mourning the Zylofon Music signee.
“Ghana should pray, I see a national mourning again the whole nation was in tears and this time is Ghanaian singer “Shatta wale”, and it is very close “death” . ” Thou saith the Lord ” prophecy by Prophet-Cosmos Walker Affran,” he posted.
Although the Prophet has deleted this particular post, but trust GlammyNews.com, we have a screenshot of it.
However, the ‘Freedom’ hitmaker in a video has rebuked the prophecy citing that if he is still alive by December this year, he, together with Shatta Movement will burn down churches in Ghana.
“I dey see say some pastor say me ago die. Herh, me anor be like that oo. If we catch December and I dey give this long notice, because I wan make Ghana see something. If we catch December, me and Shatta movement unless the president come beg we, we go burn churches for Ghana,” he said in the video.
Shatta Wale also shared some posts with respect to this issue. Check them out:
“Don’t think you are a pastor so you are anointed ..GOD HAS A PURPOSE FOR HIS CHILDREN AND AM ONE OF THEM..Don’t dare me Mr pastor .. Don’t try my God ..,” he added.
“Jesus never predicted death , but he gave life ,but today pastors will predict death for mankind..I never wanted to go religious but this time I will show the powers I have from God .. #Fakepastors,” Shatta Wale posted.
This comes after some pastors and prophets claimed they predicted Ebony‘s death.
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