Prophet Nigel Gaise Receives Message From Black Sheriff.
The award-winning artist named Black Sheriff has finally replies Prophet Nigel Gaisie over his scary doom Prophecy on social media. This issue concerning Prophet Nigel Gaisie is gaining massive reactions from all people across social media handles.
It has a hot argument on a show dubbed United Showbiz on UTV hosted by MzGee. Panelists on the show including, Arnold, Mc Yaa, Bulldog, and several others expressed their opinions on the doom prophecy coming from Prophet Nigel Gaisie concerning Black Sheriff.
On the show, Prophet Nigel Gaisie made it clear that his prophecy is about Sheriff Black but those with a deeper understanding will know where the known story is heading towards. Arnold also tackled the issue by sending three (3) key messages to Prophet Nigel Gaisie on his prophecy and the need for him to revive his approach to Prophecy by talking to those in the prophecy directly rather than speaking it out on social media.
Ever since this issue has become a public concern, Ghanaians are looking expectantly to hear from the Black Sheriff and what he has to say about the Prophecy which concerns him as proclaimed by the man of God.
Speaking a recent video on social media, Black Sheriff sends a simple message with no doubt as far as the prophecy is concerned. According to the musician, life is short and no one will live on earth forever. However, when he dies, it is for the glory of God (Allah) and not for any human being on earth. He also added that nothing in this world could bring him down if God did not permit it. Therefore, if he dies, it is God (Allah) who made it happen.
“I am not afraid to die and death is for everyone. I will never fear because of Death. No one on earth can kill me. It is only God (Allah) who can kill me. Even if I die today, I would go back to my father because he is the one who created me to come on this earth”. – Black Sheriff replies Prophet Nigel Gaisie with his firm words.
Black Sheriff is currently the reigning Artist of the Year in Ghana.