Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale has taken a swipe at so-called prophets who made doom prophecies concerning his life in 2018.
The controversial musician was in the news last year after one Prophet Adom said that could die before the New Year.
In a sermon, the pastor told his congregation that Shatta Wale may not see the end of the year.
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He went on to prophesy that the dancehall sensation could die in a fatal car accident if care is not taken.
“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,” the prophet said.
However, Shatta Wale survived the year unscathed and even went on to organise a thanksgiving concert at the Mantse Agbonaa park in Accra.
In a Facebook post, Shatta Wale took a swipe at the doom prophets who prophesied that he may not see the end of 2018.
In what sounded like a harsh post, the “My Level” hit maker wrote: “They wish!!! But I fu*** made it by HIS grace.”
Shatta Wale is on record to have threatened to burn down the churches of those ‘fake’ pastors who predicted his death, should he survive till the end of the year.
However, it appears the Zylofon Media signee has revised his notes despite opting to hit back at the so-called prophets.