Shatta Wale’s accident seemingly ‘fulfills’ his death prophecy

Shatta Wale’s accident seemingly ‘fulfills’ his death prophecy

Shatta Wale appears to be the most controversial artiste in Ghana, and nothing can dispute this fact.

The ‘Taking Over’ hit maker has indeed taken over the music industry with his hit upon hit sings as well as his endless controversies.

Shatta Wale’s controversies usually bothers around his feud with other musicians, and also his own personal brouhahas.

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He was in the news massively for attacking some artists including Samini, Stonebwoy, Yaa Pono, and Tic, formerly called Tic Tac.

Shatta Wale called Tic Tac a poor musician, while warning to murder Stonebwoy lyrically and musically.

But another controversy surrounding Shatta Wale is one being made by some men who call themselves prophets.

According to these prophets, Shatta Wale would die by means of a road accident.

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This was after the death of the popular music star Ebony Reigns, which sort of opened the floodgates for more of such death prophecies for no other people than celebrities.

Many so-called prophets claimed to have seen the death and prophesied it before it happened.

However, Shatta Wale treated his death prophecy with all seriousness, descending heavily on the prophets.

He accused them of being behind the death of Ebony while threatening to burn churches in Ghana if he should be alive by December.

He then organized a prayer session for himself on the occasion of Valentines Day.

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Interestingly, Shatta Wale was involved in a near-fatal accident on the dawn of Monday, Augsut 27, 2018, when he was returning from Kyebi in the Eastern Region, after a show.

According to Shatta Wale, it would have been a different case all together but for the intervention of God.

In a video, the artiste revealed that a VIP Bus driver who was driving recklessly had wanted to kill him and his entourage, but did not succeed.

The driver, according to Wale, was even ordered by the police to stop but he refused and sped on, as if he was tasked to kill him on the road as prophesied by the prophets.

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If so, then it means that Shatta Wale has already fulfilled the prophecy, but in his case, came out victorious.

His escape could also be a way to uncover whatever mystery there is behind his prophecy and to cancel it in its entirety, in that he has been set free from any ‘death prophecy’ that was hanging upon him according to the self-styled prophets.

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Meanwhile, Shatta Wale’s parents also waded into the death prophecy against their son.

The father, for instance, called on the CID to investigate the prophecy, while declaring that his son was “undieable”.

His mother, on the other hand, organized a hot prayer session for his son to cancel any death prophecy made in his name.

Wale is due to launch an album, entitled ‘Reign’, on October 13, 2018. wishes the artiste all the best in his endeavours.

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