VIDEO: Kofi Kinaata Finally Reacts To Recent Death Prophecy About His Life

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Ghanaian highlife sensation Kofi Kinaata has finally broken his silence regarding the recent death prophecy made about his life by one Apostle called BB Fredrick.

In the viral video, the pastor was heard foretelling a divine message warning of imminent danger to Kinaata’s life.

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In reaction to the things said by the Prophet, Kofi Kinaata in an exclusive interview on Joy Prime’s morning show stated that he has heard a lot of such prophecies about his life.

Dismissing the prophecy with an air of nonchalance, Kinaata remarked, “I don’t even want to talk about it. That’s what he has seen, and he’s saying it. Maybe me too; I have seen it, and I haven’t come out to say it.”

The “Things Fall Apart” hitmaker added that such prophecies have become a recurring theme in his life, a monthly occurrence since his foray into the music industry.

READ ALSO: Kofi Kinaata Discloses Why He Couldn’t Pursue A Career In Football

“I hear this every month, sometimes in a month it would come from different places,” he disclosed.

He ended by stating that he prays about five times a day not because of said prophecies, but because of his own Christian beliefs.

Currently, Kofi Kinaata is busily on a promotional tour for his highly anticipated album, ‘Kofi O Kofi,’ slated for release at the end of April 2024.

The album, comprising seven tracks, promises a melodic journey through Kinaata’s signature style, featuring hits like “Effiekuma Heartbreak,” alongside tracks such as “Auntie Ama,” “Abonsam Ye Me Neighbor (Abonsam),” “Saman Aba Wo Fie (Saman),” “I Don’t Care,” and “Take Away.”

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