Shatta Wale finally reveals the greatest thing he fears on earth

Shatta Wale finally reveals the greatest thing he fears on earth

-Shatta Wale has lambasted “fake prophets” who only see nothing but death

-He has fiercely indicated that he is not afraid of death but only God

-Wale also called on Ghanaians to rise above fearing “fake prophets” and their evil prophecies

Charles Nii Amarh Mensah, commonly known as Shatta Wale, seems to be on warpath with some 'men of God'.

He has made headlines recently, especially since the news about Ebony’s death broke out.

Shatta Wale finally reveals the greatest thing he fears on earth

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To say the least, Shatta Wale is not happy about the activity and prophesies of some men of God, according to series of posts he has made on social media.

Following the death of Ebony, some prophets have claimed to see visions from God which details that the next big musician to die is Shatta Wale.

This has angered to ‘Dancehall King’ to the extent that he has threatened to burn down churches of some “fake prophets” if he should still be alive by December.

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He believes those prophets are fake and not working with God’s spirit because they are not going according to what the Great Teacher, Jesus, did.

In his latest post on Instagram sighted by, Shatta Wale says the only person he fears in his life is God and not death.

He indicated that he had no reverence for fake pastors who are only interested in doom sayings.

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According to him, if only humans know the kind of authority God has bestowed on each one of his creations, no one would fear or fall victim to fake prophets and their quack prophecies.

Shatta Wale wrote: “If only we knew the power and authority God has bestowed on us..we won't pay attention to Doom Sayers.

Don't be deceived, we were created in the image and likeness of God..we are God's on earth and our only task is to Fear God...Why should i fear the inevitable...Fear God not Death.”

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Shatta Wale’s “inspirational” comment has attracted over 40,000 likes and reactions from his fans and followers, as well as celebrities like himself.

Some of them have virtually hailed him for expressing himself in such a ‘powerful’ manner.

Shatta has thus “informed” Nana Addo in a recent video that he would go on rampage against the “fake prophets” soon.

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