Shatta Wale To Release A Diss Song For Fake Prophets

Controversial dancehall artiste, Charles Nii Armah Mensah affectionately called Shatta Wale has hinted that he will release a song to diss all the fake prophets in the country.
According to Shatta Wale, most Ghanaian prophets are only good at seeing negative prophecies instead of positive ones which make him wonder if they are truly from God as they claim.

The Zylofon Media signee in an interview on Class FM indicated that he has never believed in fake prophecies because all the prophecies are about deaths and nothing more. He added that he doesn’t give a hoot about these fake prophets prophesying his death.
Shatta Wale responding to the question that if he will produce a diss song for such prophets said, “That one, I will do it”.

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Shatta Wale’s rants is a result of the frequent prophecies by some prophets predicting deaths of celebrities in the wake and heat of Ebony Reigns’ death.
Surprisingly, a prophet by name Cosmos Walker Affran has also predicted the death of Shatta Wale. In a Facebook post, the prophet said:
“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”. ” Thus saith the Lord.”

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Shatta Wale upon hearing of the prophet’s death prophecy about him has threatened to burn down the church of prophet Cosmos Walker Affran if he [Shatta Wale] is still alive by December 2018.
“I will come to your station (Class FM) by December before I burn those churches. Mark this, I’m not joking about this. It’s a threat about my life and the country does not care and the police don’t want to look for him (prophet). When I shot a gun in my house the police came for me. They invited me, who reported me? I don’t know. How can somebody give me a threat if I’m a national asset to the nation?

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“That is what the bible says about end times. Fake prophets and fake prophecies. When you believe in them you will die with them. I don’t believe in prophets and I don’t believe in juju. I believe in God, I don’t trust in any man,” Angry Shatta Wale concluded.


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