Ruth Eno Adjoa Amankwah Adom, well known in showbiz as Eno Barony, the reigning Ghanaian rapper of the year, has offered her two cents on the Shatta Wale controversy.
Eno Barony recounted how a false prophetess hurled religious nonsense at her, accusing her of being responsible for the death of the late military officer Major Maxwell Mahama.
She said the so-called preacher told her Mahama died as a result of her performance with a coffin during Ghana Meets Naija concert a few years ago.
Taking to her Twitter page, she wrote;
“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.”
Meanwhile, after being remanded in police prison, Ghanaian singer Emmanuel Kofi Botwe, better known by his stage name Kwaw Kese, has begged for the release of Shatta Wale, the self-proclaimed dancehall king.
We just reported that the dancehall artist appeared in court after being charged with inciting fear and panic as a result of a PR stunt he conducted in connect..continue reading