-Afia Schwarzenegger and Mzbel have warned 'doom prophets' to stay off their backs
-They have declared their intention to deal severely with any doom prophets
-Their warning comes on the heel of many doom prophecies made in the name of some Ghanaian celebrities
YEN.com.gh has sighted a video of Afia Schwarzenegger, and her best friend Mzbel, in which the two have warned 'doom prophets' to never make the mistake of mentioning their names in their prophecies.
Since the death of popular dancehall star, Ebony, many self-acclaimed prophets have headlined media reports, claiming to have seen Ebony’s death coming.
They also claimed that they predicted the death of Ebony; and now, they have gone ahead to mention names of others who are going to die.
According to two different pastors, dancehall musician Shatta Wale and actor Kwadwo Nkansah (Lilwin) are next to die after Ebony.
It is interesting that these prophets see only celebrities in their visions as the ones going to die and no other Ghanaians.
This has raised concerns in the public, with many people condemning the act of these pastors.
But Afia Schwarzenegger and Mzbel have warned that they would not take kindly to any death prophecies made in their names.
The two were speaking in unison at a party supposedly held for Afia.
She said in the Twi language: “If any mad prophet mentions my name in his doom prophecy, I will show him that I am madder than him.
I don’t know the kind of ‘wee’ the prophet smokes to have seen not the death of his family members but me, I would deal with anyone who dares mention my name, I swear.”
Afia added that she would storm the house of any pastor who fails to heed her warning and goes ahead to mention her name and that of her friend Mzbel.
Mzbel added her voice to the warning, saying simply that she would vacate her own house and relocate to the house of any pastor who makes doom prophecies about her and live with him.
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