Ghanaian musician Black Sherif has broken his silence regarding Prophet Nigel Gaisie’s ominous prophecy involving him. The prophet had earlier shared a vision on social media, warning of impending doom for an individual named Sheriff Black, and urged prayers for this person.
However, in a subsequent interview on UTV’s United Showbiz, Prophet Nigel Gaisie clarified that the vision was misinterpreted and was actually about Sherif Black, not Black Sherif.
In a live Instagram conversation, Black Sherif addressed the matter and said, “The pastor says it’s not about Black Sherif; he says it’s about Sherif Black. Please don’t call me Sherif Black. God is alive. If God dies, it means all of us die. Man can make plans, but when I step in, everything will come to a halt. Man can scheme, but God doesn’t plan. God is alive, so don’t worry too much.”
Despite his words, Black Sherif emphasized the importance of caution and acknowledged that only God has the authority to take life, stating, “Don’t worry, I am being cautious. I am taking precautions, my friend. God is alive. If the time comes for us to return to our Creator, it’s God who will call us. If someone attempts to harm me, it’s God who will decide. Only God can determine the course of life, and only God can take mine. I am staying calm.”