News went viral that dancehall artiste Shatta Wale was going to die in December.
In fact, a self-proclaimed prophet said the superstar was going to die on December 24.
However, worldwide evangelist, Dr. Lawrence Tetteh has rubbished the seeming death sentence being forced on Shatta Wale.
According to the worldwide preacher, Shatta Wale would live and not die as being peddled by the so-called prophet.
This is contained in a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Ghanaweb.com.
Lawrence Tetteh explained that as a powerful man of God, he has not seen Shatta Wale dying in the spiritual realm, or it has not been revealed to him that the musician would die.
He added that he had personally laid his hands on Shatta Wale and prayed for him, cancelling any negative spirit hoovering around him.
Lawrence Tetteh further revealed that he had the privilege of traveling together with Shatta Wale to the United Kingdom recently where they sat on the same plane.
“He came to embrace me and even held my feet; I laid my hands on him and prayed for Shatta Wale and I know Shatta wale will live and he will not die,” Lawrence Tetteh declared.
“As a matter of fact I have also encouraged Shatta Wale to also be mindful of the pronouncements; he’s not going to burn any church. He is a young man and I think in the spur of the moment he became a little bit emotional to say that, ‘’ the worldwide evangelist added.
He further stated that they are ‘working’ on Shatta Wale because he calls him his spiritual father.
Meanwhile, Shatta Wale was in the news recently calling Ghana a village.
Many people criticised his comment which he made far away in the UK where he was embarking on a tour.
However, the controversial musician stood his ground and said Ghana lacked many basic necessities and social interventions including hospital beds, ambulances, coupled with poor roads, making the country a village.
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