- One Corner hitmaker Patapaa has reportedly been poisoned
- According to reports, Patapaa was poisoned on Sunday, August 9, 2020
- A video has popped up showing Patapaa lying in a hospital
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Ghanaian musician Patapaa, known in private life as Justice Amoah, has been hospitalised, reports making rounds and sighted by YEN.com.gh sighted.
This follows a suspected case of poisoning the One Corner hitmaker is reported to have suffered on Sunday, August 9, 2020.
According to a video on Angel TV sighted by YEN.com.gh, was said Patapaa to taken a drink on Sunday and started vomiting not long after gulping it down.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Patapaa is seen lying helpless on a bed.
It is not known what exactly happened or where Patapaa took the poisoned drink but it looks like he is in critical condition.
This happens to be the second time the One Corner hitmaker has come in the news over a reported case of poisoning.
It will be recalled that Patapaa recently revealed that he nearly passed away after his friends poisoned him sometime in 2019.
According to the Scopatumana hitmaker, his friends poisoned his food because they were jealous of him and wanted him dead.
His revelation confirmed a prophecy by Prophet Reindolph Oduro Gyebi's, popularly known as Eagle Prophet, from 2018 that Patapaa was going to die in 2019 from food poisoning.
The founder and general overseer of God’s Crown Chapel during a church programme said in 2019, close friends of Patapaa would take his life through food poisoning.
He urged the musician to be careful with people he walks with because they are the ones plotting against him.
As to whether he knew which of his friends did the monstrous act, Patapaa in an interview monitored by YEN.com.gh, said he was unable to pinpoint which of them tried to take his life because they were many.
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