Charles Mensah Snr, father of dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale, has debunked reports that his wife threatened to sue prophets who prophesy Shatta Wale’s death.
“The video you saw out there is not Shatta’s mother. I’m saying on authority that the video you saw out there is not Shatta’s mother.
She is my wife and I know what I’m talking about. This is someone who only wanted to create something”, he said in an exclusive interview on Hitz FM.
There were reports that one Elsie Evelyn Avemegah had condemned Prophet E. K. Mensah of the Christ Vision Prayer Ministry who had prophesied that the musician will die before July 2018 if he does not repent.
Elsie Evelyn Avemegah’s comment comes after Prophet E. K. Mensah of the Christ Vision Prayer Ministry prophesied that the musician will die before July 2018 if he does not repent.
Another Prophet, Cosmos Walker Afram also prophesied recently that there would be a national mourning.
In a Facebook Live video, the mother of Shatta Wale accused ‘those doom prophets are causing fear and panic in the life of her son and his followers’.
“If we catch December and I dey give this long notice because I wan make the whole Ghana see something. You see Shatta Wale dey here, if we catch December wey I dey Me and the Shatta Movement, unless the President come beg we; we go burn churches, we go burn churches for Ghana” he said hitting his hands on his chest”.
But reacting to the video, Mr. Charles Nii Armah also known as Shatta Capo said his son has become so popular and people only want to ride on the fame of his son just to make themselves popular.
“You know there are some people including some of these fake pastors who just want to touch on the fame of my son because he is popular. I have the video on my phone and I can say that it’s not Shatta’s mother”, he said.