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My son is ‘undieable’ – Shatta Wale’s father responds to doom prophecies

Father of Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale has responded to prophecies suggesting that his son would die soon.

According to Mr Charles Nii Armah Mensah, the God he serves would not ensure that such doom prophecies come to pass.

“Shatta Wale is ‘undieable'”, YEN.com.gh heard Mr Armah Mensah say on Monday afternoon.

Shatta Wale has been in the news within the last week following his threats to burn down some churches if he does not die by December.

Shatta Wale’s threats followed death prophecies from Prophet E.K Mensah, the founder and leader of the Christ Vision Prayer Ministry, and one Prophet Cosmos Affran that he would soon follow Ebony, who passed away in a tragic accident on Thursday February 8, 2018.

While many have condemned the musician’s response to the prophecies, others have supported him for taking on what they describe as fake prophets.

Speaking in an interview on Hitz FM’s Showbiz Fylla, Shatta Capo as Shatta Wale’s father is also known, found everything wrong with the prophecies and the manner in which they were delivered.

“If you find something about my son, why don’t you look for my number and call me to arrange a meeting so we can talk about it?”, he quizzed.

For him, such actions constituted a threat to his son’s life and as the head of the family he had started processes to get the people to answer to the law.

“I’m a law abiding citizen and I’ve written to the CID director on behalf of Shatta and the whole family to invite the prophets to answer”, he hinted.

Shatta Wale who was called in to the show stated categorically that he was not going to apologise for his threats.

He explained that his threats were targeted at the particular prophets and their churches.

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