Sarkodie Reacts to Prophetess’ warning – "I am not anxious at all"


One of Ghana’s celebrated rapper,
Sarkodie, has allayed the uncertainties of his fans about his well being after
one of the said Prophetess Maame Gladys announced  last week that some musicians who are envious
of his accomplishment will attempt to “spiritually break him down”.
The Adonai rapper who seemed not disturbed
by the “doom prophecy” had this message for his admirers. “Fear not, the Lord is with me”.
In an dialogue with Showbiz on
Monday, Sarkodie long-established that he had heard about the said  prophecy but was not stimulated because he has
a strong faith in God to protect him from his “enemies”.
“I am not nervous at all. I believe
in the one true God who has been my source of power and fame since I hit the
limelight. I am a very prayerful person and my team as well. I don’t think that
any weapon formed against me shall prosper when I have a good heart and truly
serve my God,” he stated.
According to the prophetess
 who currently resides in Asamankese, she claims had a vision  that,
the You Go Kill Me hit maker’s success has become a lure to catch the attention
of enemies to himself  because “he always
sweeps all awards at whatever time he is nominated, therefore he, Sarkodie,
serves as a threat to them”.
“In the intervening time, what I can
tell Sarkodie is to fast and pray else the plans of those evil musicians are
likely to come true. As much as I have been praying for him, I wish he also
does same by praying for himself,” she said.
But Sarkodie who confirmed to
Showbiz that his management had contacted Maame Gladys as she requested said he
appreciates her concern for his life but had always sought God’s face in all
his endeavours in the past as she admonished.
When asked if the prophecy will
restrict his relationship with some of his colleagues in the industry, the
multiple award winning artiste responded in the negative.
“I don’t think anything will change
about me and how I relate to my colleagues. You see, in this world, when you
have a good and pure heart, God blesses you. My tool of success is because I
have always sought the well being of other artistes.
“I am a free spirited person who
loves and appreciates diverse talents. I willingly support my colleagues when
they need my assistance. The music industry shouldn’t be about just me,” he
Born Michael Owusu Addo, Sarkodie is
highly regarded in Ghana and beyond for his lyrical prowess as a rapper and a
leading hiphop/hiplife artiste on the Ghanaian music scene.
Sarkodie, who was honored with the
Artiste of the Year award at the recently held Ghana Music Honours at the
National Theatre has many awards under his belt including the Best
International Act at the BET Awards which he won in 2012.
He received the highest number of 11
nominations at this year’s Vodafone Ghana Music Awards. 
When asked  his chances of
winning the Artiste of the Year award for the third time after grabbing it in
2010 and 2012 respectively, he remarked, “ 2014 was a great year for me and was
equally a great year all the nominees in the category so everyone deserves to
win it”. 
The Pizza and Burger rapper is also optimistic
to win many of the awards he has been nominated for.
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