- Dancehall artiste Stonebwoy says he does not fear death
- Stonebwoy believes he has already done enough in his life because he is living a just life
Ghanaian dancehall artiste Livingstone Etse Satekla, known in show biz as Stonebwoy, has said he won’t be drawn on the recent death prophesies, insisting he does not fear death.
The BHIM Nation leader is one of few musicians who have remained quiet despite the numerous doom prophesies made about celebrities in the country.
Stonebwoy believes one has to be careful of what to say in these times and would rather prefer not to comment on such matters.
According to him, everyone will die one day so it’s better to enjoy life and make peace with the Almighty God.
Speaking in an interview with Hitz FM, he said: “I have heard death prophecies about me and other musicians it too but I’ve decided not to comment on it because we have to be careful on what to say and what not to say. What I know for sure is that I won’t die right now.
“I don’t fear death because I’ve been through surgeries, coma. One day, all of us will die and leave this earth. What I’m doing now is living at peace with God.”
The BET award-winner further urged his colleagues in the music industry not to mock the prophecies being made by prophets – whether good or bad – insisting living a just life is all that matters.
“I won’t mock them. I will only do what is right as a child of God and live a just life because that’s what matters now,” he added.
Stonebwoy’s comments come after a number of pastor’s in the country have predicted doom on many other artistes following the demise of dancehall diva Ebony Reigns.
The late singer died on February 8 after being involved in a fatal car crash on the Sunyani-Kumasi highway.
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