Shatta Wale, a dancehall musician, claims that Ghanaians did not appreciate him for his 2021 fake shooting hoax, which put an end to false prophecies.
He claimed that people are reluctant to correct men of God when they make certain prophecies because they are terrified of them.
Speaking on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM, Shatta Wale said he was willing to give his life to stop false prophesies and he is relieved that it was successful.
“I’m very grateful to God that it turned out the way I intended it to. Many Ghanaians were troubled by the prophecy because no one wanted to come up and admit it. People are afraid of pastors, therefore nobody wants to even try to stop it, he claimed.
The singer of “My Level” said, “Everyone is thrilled about what I accomplished for Ghanaians, but nobody is saying ‘thank you’ for it. “I’m very grateful to God that it turned out the way I intended it to. Many Ghanaians were troubled by the prophecy because no one wanted to come up and admit it. People are afraid of pastors, therefore nobody wants to even try to stop it, he claimed.
This comes after he admitted on Wednesday, June 29, that he had published false news.
Shatta Wale made up a narrative in 2021 that he had been attacked and shot by unidentified people, but it proved out to be a hoax.
The musician, real name Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jr., stated on social media that the trick was pulled after a man named Bishop Stephen Akwasi threatened his life, saying he would pass away on October 18 unless he saw a man of God to pray about the situation.
Following this, Shatta Wale and two other members of his team were detained and later accused of spreading false information.
Bishop Stephen Akwasi was also detained for spreading anxiety and terror.
Shatta Wale first refuted the accusation. He entered a guilty plea on June 29 and was found guilty by the Accra High Court.
The Court that His Worship presided over Emmanuel Essandoh gave the musician a non-custodial sentence and a GH2,000 fine.
On Thursday, the musician informed Andy Dosty that he had a strategy to stop bogus prophecies and that he could only be relieved that his legal matter with the court was over.
He declared, “They gave me the proper punishment, I underwent it, and I am now free.
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