Ghanaian Singer Shatta Wale Has Been Reportedly Arrested Over Comments On Burning Down Churches

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According to reports by Ghanaian news outlet Joy News the police has invited Dancehall artiste Charles Nii Armah Mensah popularly known as Shatta Walefor threatening to burn down some churches.

The singer made these comments following the prophecy of a Kumasi-based Prophet E. K. Mensah of the Christ Vision Prayer Ministry suggesting that Shatta Wale has been marked to kick the bucket before December unless he repents from his sinful ways.

In reaction, Shatta Wale proclaimed on social media that he will mass up a gang from his Shatta Movement (the name of his fan base) to light up churches if he’s still alive by the end of the year.

https://youtu.be/eLwbD2_1OzA

Source – Joy News

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