“They gave me the necessary punishment, I overcame it, and now I am free”- Shatta Wale

 Dancehall musician Shatta Wale says the people of Ghana don't appreciate the fake shootings in 2021 that put an end to false prophecies.

According to him, people hesitate to criticize God's servants when they speak certain prophecies because they are afraid of them.

On Hitz FM's Daybreak Hitz, Shatta Wale said he was willing to sacrifice himself to stop the false prophecy, and he's glad it happened.

“I am so grateful to God that everything went the way I wanted. This prophetic event alarmed many Ghanaians because no one recognized it and did not want to come and speak. “No one wants to stop it because people are afraid of the priest,” he said.

The “My Level” hitmaker added: “Everyone is happy for what I've done for the Ghanaians, but no one says thank you.”

This comes after he pleaded guilty to posting fake news on Wednesday, June 29.

In 2021, Shatta Wale fabricated a story about being attacked and shot by an unknown person, but it turned out to be a scam.

Shatta Wale-born Charles Nii Armah Mensah Junior. Claimed on social media that the stunts were stopped due to threats from Bishop Stephen Akwasi, who predicted he would die on October 18 unless he met the man of God. I pray for it.

Shatta Wale and two others who worked with him were later arrested and charged with publishing fake news.

Bishop Stephen Akwasi was also arrested on terrorism and terror charges.

Meanwhile, Shatta Wale initially denied the allegations. On June 29, he pleaded guilty and was convicted by the Accra High Court.

The court, presided over by his admirer Emmanuel Essandoch, sentenced the musician to imprisonment and a fine of 2000 GH¢.

The musician told Andy Dosty on Thursday that he has plans to stop the false prophecies, and he can be happy that his legal case is over.

“They gave me the necessary punishment, I overcame it, and now I am free”- Shatta Wale

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