Ghanaians are too much into profanity – Papa Shee weeps

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Papa Shee

Veteran highlife artiste now turned evangelist, Papa Shee has stated that Ghanaians have developed so much love for profanity, especially with songs. 

According to him, this was the reason he composed songs like “Koyon So” and “Ate pa” which gives a clear description of the body parts of a woman. 

Evangelist Papa Shee was on the delay show where he said “I had to figure Ashanti ladies, Fanti ladies, Ewe ladies and Ga ladies because they were well endowed and many accepted it”.

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He revealed that all the while he was singing, he heard the calling of God but he turned a deef ear to the call because he enjoyed being in darkness than seeing the light.

However, things changed after a plane he was travelling in back to Germany almost crashed. He was actually chasing proceeds from his “Boy Wonder” mixtape which didn’t yield any results. 

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Before he went into ministry full time, the hip-life artiste said further that “Jesus Christ revealed himself to him and promised that he will be with him every step of the way so he should go and preach his gospel”. 

He added that he has remained chaste in the past 5-years since he accepted Jesus as his Lord and personal saviour. 

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