I preach the word of God through my music – Shatta Wale

I preach the word of God through my music – Shatta Wale

Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale has claimed that his type of music is geared towards preaching the word of God to his fans.

The Shatta Movement leader said his songs are usually meant to inspire and advise his fans on their life experiences.

I preach the word of God through my music – Shatta Wale

Shatta Wale

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According to him, nobody can threaten him because he is protected by God himself.

In a Facebook live video, Shatta Wale advised his fans to give what belongs to Caesar to Caesar and give what belongs to God to God if they want to prosper in life.

If you don’t know who God is, all I want to say is that give what belongs to Cesar to Cesar and give what belongs to God to God. Let’s face facts in the world. In my life nobody can threaten me because I owe nobody. The only person I owe in this world because I owe him my life,” the dancehall singer said.

Today Shatta Wale, tomorrow that, you are all my dogs. I came to this world to preach the word of God through my music. Do you know how many times I sing trying to advise people about things?

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The “ayoo” hit maker went on to reveal that he has been receiving text messages from unknown people threatening life.

According to him, the world is a crazy place but no one can hurt him because he is above such petty threats.

The world is a crazy world, when you are not crazy you can’t live in this world. Nobody can threaten me. Those people threatening me, sending me text messages; let me tell you that none of that can work on me because I have seen worst,” Shatta Wale added.

The Zylofon Media signee further said he will continue to shine in his career despite the negativity from his detractors.

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