Following the death of Ebony, many so-called pastors and prophets feel they can just open their mouths and say whatever they want about celebrities.
Shatta Wale, whom a pastor claims is the next in line to die, has already warned that if the time he’s supposed to die passes and he’s still alive, he’s going to burn down churches in Ghana.
In a follow up post, the dancehall king has admonished his followers not to fear those doom sayers parading as pastors, but that they should rather fear the Lord Almighty.
“If only we knew the power and authority God has bestowed on us..we won’t pay attention to Doom Sayers” he posted.
“Don’t be deceived, we were created in the image and likeness of God..we are God’s on earth and our only task is to Fear God…Why should i fear the inevitable.Fear God not Death.”
Dancehall songstress Ebony passed away in a car crash last week. Following her death, many prophets claim they saw it coming and her team also says they were warned it could happen and they took steps against it.
However, some celebrities are not amused by prophets publicly declaring they are going to die.