Prophet Nigel Gaisie has addressed critics who have slammed him over his recent prophecy about musician, Black Sherif.
According to him, those asking him to stop giving negative prophecies should know that “negative prophecies are better than positive ones.”
This comes after Nigel Gaisie made a u-turn on his prophecy about Black Sherif. He explained that the name he saw in his vision was “Sheriff Black” and not “Black Sherif”.
But, despite this, he stayed away from clarifying whether the prophecy could be about the musician Ghanaians love; insisting that visions appear figuratively sometimes and one is unable to see the full picture.
“We see in bits and prophesy in bits,” he added.
This drew criticisms from many Ghanaians who called him out for his post, labelling him fake.
But reacting on Adom FM’s Entertainment Hall show, Prophet Nigel Gaisie said he is not surprised about the attacks.
“My job is also to see things… but in Ghana, most people are negative and have the “pull down him” [syndrome]… Not until we appreciate each other’s gift talent, such as that of the pastor, tailor, and others, avoidable things will continue to happen,” he told show host, Mike 2.
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