Reigning rapper of the year, Ruth Eno Adjoa Amankwah Adom, known within the scope of showbiz as Eno Barony has shared her two pesewas on the trending issue involving Shatta Wale.
Recounting how a fake prophetess hauled the trademark religious buffoonery at her, Eno Barony said the woman blamed her for the death of the late military man Major Maxwell Mahama.
She said the so-called pastor explained to her that Mahama lost his life because she performed with a coffin during the Ghana Meets Naija show a few years ago.
“Some years back, a soo called prophetess of God Said me coming to the #GhanameetNija stage with a coffin caused the death of the late Major Mahama (may his soul Rest In Peace). This makes me wonder which God is talking to some of these prophets/prophetesses. May God protect us.”
Some years back, a soo called prophetess of God Said me coming to the #GhanameetNija stage with a coffin caused the death of the late Major Mahama (may his soul Rest In Peace).
This makes me wonder which God is talking to some of this
May God protect us 🙏🏾
— RAP GODDESS (@eno_barony) October 20, 2021
Meanwhile, Shatta Wale appeared in court on Thursday where he was charged for causing fear and panic. The atmosphere preceding his grand entrance to the courtroom is what has become the distinctive part of the new development as encapsulated in the video seen below.
Elton Brobbey of Joy FM shared the video on Twitter with the caption;
Police @GhPoliceService put dancehall artist shatta walle @shattawalegh before court on charges of causing fear and panic. More on @JoyNewsOnTV @Joy997FM