Prophet Nigel Gaisie has said that he will never prophesy about Shatta Wale as well as his colleague artists Okyeame Kwame and Fameye.
Speaking on Peace FM’s Entertainment Review Show, Prophet Gaisie explained that he has excluded Shatta Wale, Okyeame Kwame, and Fameye from his list of subjects for prophecy.
The founder of Prophetic Hill Chapel, Prophet Nigel Gaisie, is known for frequently prophesying about figures in the entertainment industry.
Notably, he recently made a viral prophecy regarding Black Sherif, which gained attention due to its connection with the rapper’s name.
However, Prophet Gaisie reaffirming his thoughts on why he refrains from prophesying about the aforementioned artistes, said, “Even if God reveals anything about them to me, I will not say it.” If I see anything about them, I’ll simply sow a seed and remain silent.”
He also claims that his rationale for not making predictions about them is his desire not to be made a scapegoat for this decision.
He further stated that there is no animosity between him and these artists. Instead, he explained that they have not shown due respect for the prophetic anointing.
Prophet Gaisie accused Shatta Wale of being responsible for the arrest of his spiritual mentor, Ahuofe Jesus.
In the case of Fameye, he accused the artist of becoming arrogant after achieving success in the music industry, saying, “he now covers his face before coming to church.”
As for Okyeame Kwame, the prophet declared he would not prophesy about him due to the artist’s previous statement that he would sue any Ghanaian prophet who made predictions about him. Prophet Gaisie stated that he didn’t want to end up in court.
He justified his decision by explaining that contemporary prophetic ministry includes the application of wisdom.
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