The Self-acclaimed ‘Dancehall King’ – Shatta Wale – might be on his way to becoming the new man of God in town after rapper-turned-pastor, Lord Kenya, prophesied that he will soon be doing the work of God.
The front-runner of Shatta Movement has of late been very religious in his utterances. In his recent interview on Starr FM, Shatta Wale disclosed that he has his Bible close to him every day – be it in the studio or home – and that’s what he’s using to direct the ways of his newborn son, Majesty.
According to him, even though he’s often pressured by his friends to seek the help of native doctors to aid him succeed in his career, he has never engaged himself in any form of spiritism or ‘juju’ before because he believes in the direction of the Supreme Being – God.
He recounted what he often tells fellow musicians when he has the opportunity to talk to them. As narrated by the ‘Enter the net’ hit maker, he often advices fellow musicians to think about God, not flashy things of the world.
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When asked about his favorite Bible verse, Shatta Wale quickly quoted Psalm 32:8, something Pastor Ofori Amponsah could not do or better still, struggled to quote, claiming he had the Bible at the heart so couldn’t quote just one.
That wasn’t all, he (Shatta Wale) went ahead to recite quite a number of verses from the scriptures including Jeremiah 5.
With such Bible knowledge, we think Pastor Ofori Amponsah should humbly seek the help of Shatta Wale on how to memorize Bible verses since he (Ofori Amponsah) has been knocked to the ground by the dancehall king.
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