Shatta Wale Still Alive: December 24 Death Prophesy Fails

GhanaNews 27. com  can say that Ghana dancehall king Shatta Wale is doing physically, mentally and emotionally well after the date set by a doomsday prophet of his death passed a week ago. 

It would be recalled that one of the doomsday prophets, The founder and leader of Zion Miracle Worship Center Prophet Stephen Kwadwo Adom whilst in church prophecied about the death of the Dancehall King, Shatta Wale.

According to the so-called prophet  God has told him to advise Shatta to desist from his bad ways or end up dying in a car accident on the 24th of December last year, 2018.

In a viral video the prophet said he knew Ghanaians would insult him for his prophecy but he is careless about it.


He said, “God said I should tell Shatta Wale that if he is not very careful and cautious, he will be involved in an accident in December and die.”

He also said 4 major accidents involving Yutong buses would occur on the Accra-Kumasi road. This he attributed to politicians specifically a particular political party.

Meanwhile, six days before the day of his prophesied death, Shatta Wale dished out a visual for his 2018 hit single, titled “My Level”.

The straightforward visual directed by Nigeria’s Sesan sees the singer float in the sky by a bunch of balloons.

In the 3 minutes visual, he’s seen leaving a mansion after saying goodbye to the Militants and on his way, he meets one of his youngest staunch fans, Shatta Berry, who hands him balloons.

Immediately after taking the balloons, Shatta Wale launches himself into the air while performing the song and waving at his fans.

Checks conduction however on the Dancehall King revealed that he is doing well and probably waiting on Prophet Stephen Kwadwo Adom to declare his earlier Prophesy as ‘fake’ and not a direction from God as he claimed. 



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