- Samini warns prophets to not venture into prophesying about him
- The trend has been established by religious personalities who claim to foresee bad news happening to famous people
Reggae and dancehall artiste, Samini, has sent a stern warning to religious leaders to refrain from prophesying any sort of thing about him.
Samini is looking to crack down on the trend of religious leaders who seem to build their reputation on doomsday prophecies.
The trend has upset a number of famous people in media, politics, sports and entertainment. Individuals like Patapaa, Afia Schwarznegger, Kweku Sintim-Misa, Asamoah Gyan and Kwame Sefa-Kayi in recent times have spoken on the matter.
In the deaths of musician Ebony and former vice-president Kwesi Amissah Arthur, certain religious personalities have spoken to the effect that they prophesied these unfortunate events.
Samini was speaking to Amansan Krakye on Central Drive, monitored by mynewsgh.com when he reportedly said: “Please no prophecy has come yet, I don’t even want it because I will not take it lightly with them.”
Samini responded to the question of what he would do and said “Everything is in the hands of God.”
It seems the musician is just hoping that his intial would be heeded.
Samini's famous challenger in the music business, Shatta Wale was however not so forgiving. He threatened to burn down the churches belonging to the people who prophesy doom about him.
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