Burning down churches a disrespectful act
Dancehall and Reggae artiste, Stonebwoy has condemned the threats by Shatta Wale to burn down churches if a death prophecy about him does not come to pass; describing it as a total disrespect for such prophecies.
According to Stonebwoy, burning down churches means going beyond the prophecy. “In my opinion, that is overly disrespectful. In my opinion, that is too disrespectful to say ‘you go’ burn down churches. That means you are going beyond prophecy to burn down churches.
Stonebwoy said this to Prince Tsegah on Accra based Hitz FM on Thursday, 22nd February, when commenting on Shatta Wale’s intention to burn down some churches if a death prophecy about him did not come to pass.
Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale, born Charles Nii Armah Mensah cautioned some men of God to desist from prophesying he will die soon.
He says if he is alive by December, he will march together with Shatta Movement members burn down the churches of ‘fake’ pastors adding that only the president can stop him from taking such an action.
Shatta’s comment came after some prophets predicted his death. One of them was a Kumasi based Prophet E.K Mensah of the Christ Vision Prayer Ministry who claimed the artiste will exit the earth by July 2018 if does not repent.
Stonebwoy argued, “if you burn down churches, you are killing those present in the room. You are destroying properties and sinning against God because you have destroyed His temple”.
“So if the people and God rise against you, what will you do”, He questioned.
He believes God reveals to redeem so prophecies are to guide mankind or whom it was directed to and must not be mocked at. He, therefore, cautioned his industry brother to give a second thought of his decision.