- Okyeame Kwame has threatened to sue pastors and prophets who mention his name in their prophesies
- He stated that artists have feelings and families too
- His comments come in the wake of similar ones made by Shatta Wale
Celebrated Ghanaian high life artist, Okyeame Kwame, has threatened to take legal action against any pastor or prophet who makes the unfortunate decision to mention his name in their prophecies.
It appears that Ghanaian artists and celebrities have had enough of pastors continuously mentioning their names in prophesies that do nothing but foretell doom and gloom.
First it was Shatta Wale who said in a scathing video that family and church members of any pastor who makes prophesies about his death with will die first.
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Ironically, it is the very same pastor who recently prophesied about Shatta Wale, that made the somewhat accurate prediction that Ebony Reigns will perish prior to her death.
Now the award winning artist, Okyeame Kwame, has joined the ranks of Ghanaian celebrities who're openly fed up with doomsayers who go around pretending to be pastors.
In a post shared on his official Facebook page, Okyeame Kwame urged pastors who prophesy about nothing other than doom and gloom should stop.
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The celebrated artist went on to say that artists have feelings too, and are not only "good for public spectacle".
He then threatened to take legal action against anyone who mentioned his name in a prophesy, referring to the act as "spiritual terrorism".
Checkout Okyeame Kwame post below:
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