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Entertainment of Wednesday, 14 February 2018


KSM joins 'war' against 'fake' prophets


Since the demise of Ebony Reigns, many self-acclaimed prophets have popped up with claims that they predicted her death.

Their activities have not been pleasant to some members of the society, especially some celebrities who believe those “death” prophets are fake.

Shatta Wale has been on rampage recently, threatening to burn down the churches of these prophets, and he has just had a partner in KSM.

Legendary satirist, KSM, known in private life as Kweku Sintim Misa, has questioned the credibility of these self-acclaimed prophets in his latest Facebook post.

In the post sighted by, KSM wonders why the prophets never see good things about celebrities but always death.

He noted that there are many challenges that have bedeviled Ghana which need solutions, therefore, it would be wise for the prophets to ask God to show them how to solve those issues.

Part of his Facebook post reads: “Please next time you are in the spirit and God talks to you, I beg o, can you ask him to tell you how Ghana can fix the unemployment wahala?

I beg, many of our youth are looking desperately for jobs. I want GOD to give you a prophecy on how to fix that. Then come and prophesy."

The activities of these “so-called” prophets, especially after the death of Ebony have become worrying to many people.

According to one of the “prophets”, the next person to die is Shatta Wale. But in a sharp rebuttal, Shatta Wale has reversed the “curse” and further accused the prophets of killing Ebony to prove their 'fake prophecies'.

Meanwhile, the one week observance of Ebony, who met her untimely death on the Kumasi-Sunyani highway last week is scheduled for Sunday, February 18, 2018.