-A rapper turned gospel musician, 'Call Me Nazareth' has revealed that he went mad while trying become a big artiste
-Nazareth disclosed that he had consulted a fetish priest to help him to succeed
-But a friend he went with connived with the priest to rather use him for sacrifice for the friend's benefit
-Nazareth got healed after encountering a man of God two years later
A rapper turned gospel musician has narrated the dreadful experience he went through in his bid to break out as a big artiste.
In a startling story, Nazareth Opoku Agyeman, known in the gospel music circles as 'Call Me Nazareth' revealed that he went mad for almost two years after consulting a fetish priest to help him make it.
Then a Rastafarian and known as Kojo Denkyem,he started out as a young rapper at Ashaiman in the Greater Accra Region but could not get his breakthrough.
He, together with his long-time friend who had similar ambitions decided to find a shortcut to success.
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The two friends booked an appointment with a fetish priest but unknown to him, his pal had agreed with the fetish priest to offer him [Nazareth] as a sacrifice for the benefit of said friend..
“The guy and I were very good friends so we wanted to come out with a joint album and after the album, we’ll go our separate ways….After we poured the blood on, the fetish priest spoke many words to encourage us.
“But this fetish priest and my friend changed to speak a language I couldn’t understand. It was an unknown language,” YEN.com.gh heard Nazareth reveal on JOY NEWS' Spotlight.
After their encounter with the fetish priest, Nazareth says, he started having spiritual attacks and eventually went mad.
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It was only after he met a man of God who prefers to be called Oluman [Old man] in 2009 that he got healed of the madness.
And Nazareth came to know after his deliverance that what transpired between the fetish priest and his friend was to use him as a ritual sacrifice for the benefit of his friend.
He changed his name to ‘Call Me Nazareth’ after his deliverance and ventured into full-time Gospel ministry.
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Call Me Nazareth composes gospel songs and he has started a gospel rap movement called ‘GOSPOP’.
He is currently promoting his latest music album titled ‘Madness to Greatness’ which is inspired by his experience.
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