Shatta Wale is giving pastors who are prophecising his death a very tough time.
He is set to release a song titled “Fake Pastors” that is obviously an anthem against pastors who have found themselves at loggerheads with the dancehall artiste.
“I want the police to invite pastors who are making prophecies about my death,” Shatta Wale said in an interview with Zylofon Media.
He debunked reports that indicated that the police has invited him to respond to his threat to burn down churches that belonged to pastors who claimed he will die before the end of December 2018.
He said fake pastors are the biggest criminals in the country and that the police must rather focus their attention on them
“A pastor is responsible for breaking my home”, and his parents subsequently getting divorced.
“I want people to stop being fake with God” and most importantly, “I want people to know that you don’t have to believe in a pastor before you can make it in life.”
“I respect the Muslim community a lot, they live the real life and they don’t fake it,” he said.
Shatta Wale is really dragging some Ghanaian pastors through the gutter and making them rue the day opened their lips to mention Shatta Wale’s name.