Shatta Wale Has Started ‘Preaching’ Amidst Death Prophecies & We’re Asking If The Prophecies Are Hunting The ‘Strongest’ GH Artiste

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The name Shatta Wale for some time now has been on the lips of many Ghanaian prophets prophesying the doom of the Dancehall artiste as they did to the late Ebony.

 

Although, Shatta Wale has ‘lashed’ the prophets behind his death threatening prophecies. But for some time now, there’s a sudden change in the public attitude of Shatta Wale as he appears to be more religious as compared to his life prior to the influx of the prophecies of doom as monitored by ghbase.com.

The controversial Dancehall artiste was reported to have spent the just ended Valentine’s Day in the church and that act is unusual of Shatta. In case you want to watch the video, click here to see Shatta Wale in praying mood.

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At a sight, some people thought that his appearance in church on Valentine’s Day was just for publicity stunt as that’s usual of his brand. Surprisingly, Shatta Wale’s recent tweets have been more religious and inspiring as monitored by ghbase.com. A clear example is what he posted on February 22, 2018 via twitter.

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Again, the artiste in question in one of his tweets today, February 24, 2018 shared a world of encouragement and we don’t know what has come over him. Perhaps the various death prophecies are hunting Ghana’s Dancehall king.

See tweet below:

 

Now, comparing and contrasting the sudden change in the write-ups of Shatta, one will be tempted to believe that the various prophecies are gradually taken over the mindset of Ghana’s strongest artiste. But then, the final conclusion lies in your hands.

 

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