Kumawood actor, Yaw Dabo has refuted rumors that he has sought the powers of black magic, known in local parlance as 'juju', to enable him be relevant in the industry.
According to the actor, his Christian faith does not teach him to have two masters or consult any deity for success.
In an interview with Zion Felix, Yaw Dabo said that even though he is not a pastor, he loves the work of God.
He explained that his love for God and His work is so deep that he does not see himself consulting any deity for a successful career.
"As a Christian, the Bible teaches us that we should give what belongs to Caesar to Caesar and give what belongs to God to God," he said.
"In this world, if you will be hot, be hot and if you be cold, be cold so there is no way I will be both hot and cold," he added.
Yaw Dabo further stressed that if he everconsults 'juju' for powers, his Christian God should strike him down.
The actor who doubles as a football administrator refuted claims that he is relevant in the industry because of some powers he took from a deity.
Skip video to 34:02 to watch exact words of Yaw Dabo. Source: ZionFelix
"If I have ever consulted a deity in my life, God should strike me down and take away my life," he said.
Yaw Dabo also disclosed that the prophetess of his church after consultation with God, made him an elder in the church.
He noted that even though a lot of people marvel that a young man is an elder in church, he thinks there is no problem since God made David a king when he was young.
Recently, YEN.com.gh published that Yaw Dabo had sacked all players in his colts football team.
According to the comic actor, he took the decision because of the financial challenge he had to face as the owner of the football team based in Kumasi.
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