Everyone Will Die one Day so There’s No Need to Fear Death Prophecies — Akrobeto

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The practice of so-called prophets who see images in their heads then come out to tell everyone the next celebrity they believe will die seems to bother a lot of the celebrities in question, particularly those who are too superstitious for their own good.

Shatta Wale once got so scared after a prophet claimed he would die soon that he started organizing prayers just to reassure himself that God will protect him.

However, one of the veteran actors in the industry, Akrobeto, seems to have no fear surrounding these sorts of prophecies.

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In a recent interview, Akrobeto said he has no fear of those sorts of prophets because he believes everyone is eventually going to die and thus he sees no reason why he should fear death when he has lived a righteous life.

“When you live a righteous life, you don’t really care what happens to you. I am not scared of death because I know I live a righteous life, everyone will die one day and after death we will all be judged,” Akrobeto said.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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