Cassper Responds To Report That T.B. Joshua Predicted Doom At His Concert

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The #FillUpOrlandoStadium concert championed by rapper Cassper Nyovest has been making the headlines a lot.

While some are eager to grace the concert, some others will do anything to see that that the concert doesn’t come through.

Consequently, the rapper has had to slam those who will go to any length to make sure his show flops. Last week was all about the spelling mistake on his promotional t-shirts. Subsequently, what appears to be a fake report has emerged, claiming that Nigerian prophet T.B. Joshua issued a warning concerning the upcoming concert. The rapper and South Africans were allegedly warned by the renowned prophet of a looming danger at the much-anticipated #FillUpOrlandoStadium concert.

Last week was all about the spelling mistake on his promotional t-shirts. Subsequently, what appears to be a fake report has emerged, claiming that Nigerian prophet T.B. Joshua issued a warning concerning the upcoming concert. The rapper and South Africans were allegedly warned by the renowned prophet of a looming danger at the much-anticipated #FillUpOrlandoStadium concert.

The rapper and South Africans were allegedly warned by the renowned prophet of a looming danger at the much-anticipated #FillUpOrlandoStadium concert.

Read: See Who Forgot To Do A Spellcheck On His Fill Up Orlando Shirts



According to the report, Prophet T.B. Joshua allegedly predicted, on social media that there will be a fatal accident during the show. More than 12 000 people will allegedly perish in the stadium.

However, the prophet has since dismissed the report, labeling it a “fraudulent story.” This was done on his verified official Facebook page.

“There are currently fraudulent stories circulating on social media and various websites. One is claiming that Prophet T.B. Joshua predicted a fatal stadium accident in South Africa and the other purports that TB Joshua paid an individual for claiming a fake miracle. These rumors are 100% false. Prophet T.B. Joshua never said anything like that nor has he ever paid anyone to testify falsely,” he wrote.

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Meanwhile, Cassper simply laughed over the matter on his Twitter account over the weekend. But not without saying a little prayer, breaking “every curse” that “every dark heart” has sent to thwart his plans.

Unfazed by the negative reactions about the error on his Fill Up Orlando Stadium shirts, Cassper said he will keep wearing them until he fills up the venue for the show.

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