Prophecy Fulfilled: Patapaa Poisoned

Justice Amoah who performs under the stage name Patapaa has revealed he almost died from food-poison a few weeks ago.

Patapaa says the attempt to food-poison him occurred in Tarkwa, where he was billed to perform at an event.

At last year’s 31st All Night Service the founder and General Overseer of God’s Crown Chapel, Prophet Reindolph Oduro Gyebi aka Eagle Prophet revealed that Patapaa Amisty will be poisoned in 2019 by people close to him.

Patapaa, who was raised in the Africa Faith Tabernacle Church said he tried his possible best to prevent the prophecy from happening.

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“Because of what Eagle Prophet said, I told my manager I will never eat hotel food anymore so anytime we travel, we take our own food along to the trip,” he said in an interview on Okay FM.

Eagle Prophet advised the Agona Swedru-based artiste to be very prayerful so as to avert the curse and also be careful of those close to him if he wants to live and welcome 2020.

But the ‘One Corner’ hit maker says despite his vigilance, there was an attempt to take his life by poisoning his drink.

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“I was poisoned two weeks ago when I went for a show at Tarkwa where I asked for an energy drink,” Patapaa narrated.

“My vomit was as dark as a polythene bag and my stool was black and filled with blood,” he described the situation he suspects resulted from the poison”.

Following the prophecy the controversial clergyman was condemned by a section of the public describing him as a “doom Prophet”.

In the interview, Patapaa stated that that the prophecy has come to pass but it took the timely intervention of his pastor who gave him some spiritual guidance making him to vomit thick black substances accompanied by clots of blood.

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Patapaa has released a new single ‘Eye Hu’ which literally translates “It’s Scary” — a song he recorded after his horrifying experience in Tarkwa.

The Hiplife musician has advised individuals to treat prophecies with some seriousness because men as mere mortals do not have spiritual eyes as the prophets.

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