- Lawyer Maurice Ampaw is asking Shatta Wale to sue 'fake' prophets predicting death on his life
- Maurice Ampaw says death prophesies on Shatta Wale' life has affected his sexual life
Controversial private legal practitioner, Maurice Ampaw, has called on Ghanaian celebrities to rise up against self-styled ‘Men of God’ who have targeted them with death prophesies.
According to the lawyer, celebrities who have been linked to death prophesies have a good case and can sue, since such predictions can traumatize and influence their livelihood.
Some Ghanaian preachers have made celebrities including dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale their target and have prophesied death on their lives.
However, speaking on Radio Universe in Accra, Maurice Ampaw advised Shatta Wale to take serious legal actions against such doom prophets.
“When you come out to say Lawyer Ampaw has February to die, do you know the repercussions? You’ve spoilt my day and my month. I can’t satisfy a woman sexually because you’ve killed my libido. It takes a free mind to be able to get an erection, you’ve denied me my sexual right,” Abrantepa.com reported.
Lawyer Ampaw in his interaction stressed that the numerous death prophesies on Shatta Wale’s life has seriously affected his sexual performance.
“As I speak to you right now, Shatta Wale is not of himself. From the day the prophecy was made, he went to pray; he wept at Ebony’s funeral. Do you know what is affecting him in secrecy? Ask Shatta Michy if Shatta Wale is able to perform in bed. His performance has reduced and undergoing mental shock and trauma,” the controversial lawyer said.
Maurice Amaw added that, although Shatta Wale has openly challenged the self-acclaimed prophets, inwardly he is afraid, because no human being is comfortable with death.
Earlier this week, a Kasoa-based Prophet, Charles Dady, is reported to have prophesied that Shatta Wale will commit suicide out of frustration.
His prophecy comes days after the controversial dancehall artiste issued threats to burn some churches if prophecies about his death by preaches such as Prophets E. K. Mensah and Prophet Cosmos Walker Afram do not come true by end of December this year.
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