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Patapaa narrates how Ghanaians almost lost him to food poisoning

Popular Ghanaian Hiplife musician, Patapaa Amisty has revealed how he survived food-poisoning just weeks after a prophecy from Eagle Prophet.

Patapaa said he had to do all he could to prevent the Eagle Prophet’s prophecy of doom from coming to pass.

“Because of what Eagle Prophet said, I told my manager I will never eat hotel food anymore so anytime we travel, we take our own food along to the trip,” he narrated.

Patapaa claimed that despite his vigilance, there was an attempt to take his life by poisoning his drink when he went for a show at Tarkwa, in the Western Region.

“I was poisoned two weeks ago when I went for a show at Tarkwa where I asked for an energy drink,” Patapaa narrated.

“My vomit was as dark as a polythene bag and my stool was black and filled with blood,” he described the situation he suspects resulted from the poison.

Patapaa believes the happening was a prophecy come to pass.

According to the One Corner hitmaker, it took the spiritual directions of his pastor for him to vomit thick black substances accompanied by clots of blood.

Patapaa Amisty has therefore advised his fellow and the general public to treat prophecies with some seriousness.

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Jacqueline Johnson Quaye, known professionally as 'JQ', is a Ghanaian entertainment show host, journalist, and reporter.

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