Dancehall king Shatta Wale has vowed to burn down churches in Ghana if he doesn't die by December as predicted by some pastors in the country.
The controversial but talented musician warned pastors predicting his death to ensure that he dies before December as they are prophesying else, he would descend on them together with his Shatta Movement empire.
This comes after some pastors gave prophecies that he would die by the end of the year following the death of dancehall queen Ebony Reigns.
Ebony, who is a hugely talented musician, died on Thursday following a motor accident after returning from a trip to Brong Ahafo to visit her mother.
Some pastors have jumped to the fore to claim that they rightly predicted the death of Ebony with another warning to Wale claiming he is the next musician to follow.
This has sparked the short-fused Shatta Wale to anger with a strong warning to such pastors, claiming they want to make fake prophecies to make money out of him.
Shatta Wale who seemed peeved about these pastors scaring people with death, warned them not to try that on him as he’s being able to survive this life although several people have taken him to different places to kill him.
“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”
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Shatta Wale has proven indeed that, although he’s signed unto Zylofon Media, he’s still that same Shatta Wale we know him to be–Saying his mind regardless of who is involved.