Police to investigate Shatta Wale over church burning threat

Police to investigate Shatta Wale over church burning threat

- The Ghana Police Service reportedly intends to investigate Shatta Wale's threat to burn down churches

- Shatta Wale's threat emerged after a pastor predicted that Shatta Wale would die in December if he didn't repent

- The same pastor made the prediction that Ebony would die

A recent report indicates that the Ghana Police Service intends to look into Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale's threats to burn down churches if a prediction concerning his death does not come to pass.

According to report published on Myjoyonline.com, the Ghana Police Service is readying to begin an investigation into Shatta Wale's threats to burn down church after a Kumasi-based pastor predicted his death later this year.

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Controversial dancehall artist, Shatta Wale, shared a video where he viciously criticized local pastors for predicting doom and gloom on Ghanaian celebrities.

He threatened to burn down churches if a prediction made by a Kumasi based pastor that he would be next to die by the end of the year did not come to pass.

In his alleged prophesy, Prophet E.K. Mensah of the Vision Prayer Ministry stated that Shatta Wale would be next to die in December unless he repents from his "sinful" ways.

The entire incident comes in the wake of Prophet E.K. Mensah's somewhat accurate prophesy that the late Ghanaian dancehall artist, Ebony Reigns, would meet her demise in Kumasi.

Checkout a video of Shatta Wale's threat below:

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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