Presenter and musician Blakk Rasta now sees vision and revelations just as most religious leaders, especially Christian pastors and prophets do.
The former Taxi Driver presenter who was interviewed last week on Care TV’s ‘Colours of Black’ show hosted by King Lagazee stated that he had been having vision for some time now and believes he’s been converted.
“Since I resigned from HitzFM, I sleep and wake up seeing visions, the first time I saw a plane crash in Ghana. I visited some prophets to confirm the revelation I saw and two weeks after there was plane crash in Tamale,” he had told King Lagazee.
The newly converted Christian says he really changed his faith after he visited the Lead pastor of The Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN), Prophet T.B Joshua in Nigeria. In the interview, the reggae musician revealed three calamities that would befall the country this year.
“There is going to be two plane crashes; one is going to happen in Accra that no one will die but the other one to occur in Kumasi will leave a lot losing their lives but all we have to do is to pray against it,” he said.
“We are also going to have a big shock in Parliament this year if we don’t pray. A parliamentarian may lose his life.
My life has become more spiritual, there are so many prophesies I could have given you, let’s hold it down but finally there is going to be terrible flood in Venezuela this year. If the God that I serve is a lying God then call me a liar,” Blakk added.
Blakk Rasta further stated that the Prophet TB Joshua had confirmed his prophetic visions.
Many have however expressed surprise about the sudden switch of Blakk Rasta from Rastafarianism to Christianity and his current relation with Prophet TB Joshua, when he had said on countless occasions in the past that Christianity was fake and that the texts of Bible had been be tinkered with so he didn’t believe in it.
Will this be the beginning of Blakk Rasta to join the bandwagon of prophets in the country? Flex newspaper follows keenly and would surely come up with subsequent reportage as and when events unfold.