Hot Video: Tracey Boakye fires the prophetess who said she will die in 8 weeks time

Tracey Boakye will die
Tracey Boakye will die

Actress Tracey Boakye has replied a prophetess who claims the 29-year-old social media vixen is left with just 8 weeks’ to live.

According to Canada-based Ghanaian Prophetess Comfort Konadu, Tracey Boakye should be forewarned about her impending death which will be happening in a just a few weeks’ time.

The prophetess added that her death will happen as a result of the social media scuffle she is having with maverick politician Kennedy Agyapong. The caveat in the prophecy is that Tracey Boakye should apologize to the Assin Central MP if she wants to live.

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Replying to this, Tracey Boakye said she sees this as a quack prophecy which is intended to instil fear and apprehension in her since she rightfully replied Kennedy Agyapong after his incessant attack on her.

She stressed that she does not believe in any man or woman of God but serve a living God who will ensure that she lives and not die. In effect, she is telling the prophetess that her prophecy will not be the reason why she will coil back into her shells and not retaliate when she feels offended.

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Tracey Boakye concluded by stating her new business strategy where she said she is ready to make anyone trend by replying them if they are ready to pay for it.

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