- Mzbel says a Ghanaian pastor planned a fake prophecy with her for an amount
- She said the purpose of the fake prophecy was to help boost the pastor’s profile in the eyes of Ghanaians
- Mzbel said she, however, turned down the offer
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Ghanaian singer Mzbel has revealed that one Ghanaian pastor offered her a large amount for a preplanned prophecy in his church.
She said the pastor approached her and urged her to use her status as a celebrity to proclaim the fake prophecy in his church to get him trending on social media.
Mzbel said she initially bought into the idea but later decided to overturn it because it could go a long way to harm his son Aaron.
The 16 Years hitmaker reportedly made this revelation in an interview with Peace FM according to a reported sighted by YEN.com.gh on Ghanacelebrities.com.
Mzbel boldly mentioned the pastor’s name as Prince Elisha Osei Kofi, the founder and leader of Power Embassy International.
According to Mzbel, the main reason why she decided to back out of the plan was because Pastor Elisha kept bringing new ‘horrible’ prophecies all the time and she didn’t like it.
The plan was for her to appear in Elisha’s church and falsely testify to the church members about the pre-planned prophecy.
By so doing, the media would then capture the information and share on social media to get the pastor involved trending.
Meanwhile, some pastors in Ghana have been tagged as fake, and MP for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, has vowed to expose all of them.
He started with Bishop Obinim, telling how Obinim currently manages 13 girlfriends behind his wife Florence, and even went ahead to release the identities of the women.
Ken Agyapong also exposed how Prophet Nigel Gaisie allegedly forced himself on Mzbel, and allegation the singer has vehemently denied.
Agyapong again leaked the identities of four pastors who called and begged him not to expose them.
In a recent development, a photo of former president John Mahama holding and playing with Mzbel and her son has got Ghanaians talking.
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