-Dancehall act, Charles Nii Armah Mensah blasts pastors over their recent utterances
-The musician asked Ghanaians to be wary of some Men of God because they could lead them astray
-He urged Ghanaians to work harder and anticipate success in their every endeavor
Self-proclaimed dancehall king of Ghana and latest Zylofon Media signee, Charles Nii Armah Mensah, popularly known as Shatta Wale, has taken a swipe at some men of God and also made some scathing revelations.
Speaking in a self-recorded video which was uploaded on his Facebook account, the “Taking Over” hitmaker bemoaned the rate at which religious people were using ‘dubious’ means to make money.
He added that many Ghanaians were peace-loving and did not want to come out to criticize some men of God for fear of being tagged as witches or wizards.
The “Ayoo” song-maker revealed that the separation between his parents was caused by a pastor.
He said it was not his will to become a ‘street child’ but his fate was decided by a pastor.
The Zylofon Music artiste explained he had stopped going to church and would rather pay his tithe to people on the street instead of giving it to pastors to use to buy Range Rovers.
According to Shatta Wale, some of the pastors did and said whatever they liked because they were exempted from paying taxes.
He opined that the biggest crime in Ghana was pastors because of some of the ‘evil’ things they were doing in the country.
The “Dem Confuse” hitmaker said many pastors have used God’s name to dupe many of their church members and followers.
He urged Christians to come out and expose such pastors who had enriched themselves out of lies.
Shatta Wale’s comments comes on the heels of some comments reported to have been made by some men of God over his life.
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