Bullet has explained why he thinks controversial Ghanaian clergyman Prophet Nigel Gaisie should have been arrested when his former artiste Ebony infamously died in a ghastly accident.
He made the pronouncement in the wake of Wendy Shay’s recent accident while warning that he had had enough of the doom prophecies in which most Ghanaian prophets take delight. Thus, the boss of Rufftown Records issued a strong warning to prophets and religious figures who made dire predictions regarding the destiny of artists. He claims that he recently informed the authorities about one of these women after she allegedly made alarming prophecies about the Afropop singer Wendy Shay.
Bullet hinted that these doom prophets might be responsible for bringing about their predictions, and he plans to sue them to hold them accountable. He continued by saying that he had already reported numerous situations involving this issue to the police.
“So I am taking them to the police so that if something untoward happens, they will be questioned and held responsible,” he said.
Bullet also mentioned that Prophet Nigel Gaisie, leader of Prophetic Hill Chapel, should have faced legal consequences for his prophecy about the late Ebony and her subsequent death. He criticized other prophets for making accusations against him after Ebony’s passing.
“Prophet Nigel Gaisie should have been arrested following his prophecy about Ebony and her subsequent death,” he added.
Bullet has made it clear that he will no longer tolerate any statements of doom regarding Wendy Shay and will take legal action if deemed necessary. He has insinuated that he intends to pursue legal action against any prophet who make such predictions and hold them accountable should any unfortunate incidents occur.
It is worth noting that Wendy Shay was involved in a near-fatal car accident on September 10.
“So many pastors alleged that I killed Ebony…I will have them come to the police station to write their statement and take responsibility for whatever bad thing happens to Wendy Shay,” he declared.
Bullet is determined not to be falsely accused, as he was when some pastors alleged that he played a role in Ebony’s death. He insisted that the law can address such matters, and he won’t sit idly by this time.