For days now, some Ghanaian entertainers have taken it upon themselves to speak against persons who do not believe in the existence of God.
King of Ghanaian comedy, DKB recently on twitter called one of his fans a “white pig” after the follower rebuked him, DKB for describing anyone who does not believe in the Gospel as ‘stupid’.
Opanka also in a new song called “Ramadan”, a freestyle written for Muslims has raised his voice against atheists and scientists who do not believe in the existence of God.
He reminded Muslims the need to observe this year’s Ramadan. The rapper further pleaded with God to hear the prayers of Muslims and forgive them their sins during this season.
The Tema-based rapper on the cover of Adele’s hit song, Hello, told Muslims that “you be (are) the same like Christians” and asked them not to focus on atheists. He added, “to all the scientists who do not believe in God, your research cannot create human being even if we give you eight years”.
Opanka celebrates his birthday party this year at the Titanic Beach in Accra on Sunday, June 19. He also premieres his yet-to-be-released video for “Mepe No Saa” song, which features rapper Okyeame Kwame on same day.