Media personality MC Yaa Yeboah has expressed strong criticism towards Prophet Nigel Gaisie, leader of Prophetic Hill Chapel, accusing him of exhibiting childish behavior in relation to his recent prophecy about Black Sherif.
Yaa Yeboah has raised significant questions about the clarity and purpose of the prophecy, especially considering the prophet’s reluctance to acknowledge the subject of the prophecy, a figure known as ‘Sheriff Black.’ She finds the prophet’s evasive stance problematic.
A few days ago, Gaisie made a post referencing someone called Sheriff Black and urging their family to pray due to something unpleasant he had seen in the spirit. The media widely reported this as a prophecy about musician Black Sherif. However, Gaisie clarified during the September 16, 2023 episode of UTV’s United Showbiz Show that he did not directly refer to the artist.
“That is your word,” he responded when the host asked if he was referring to Black Sherif with his post. He further explained, “With prophecies, we see and prophesy in bits. I didn’t hear Black Sherif, I heard Sherif Black. I saw Sherif Black in the spirit. But whichever way it is, a sensible person can make deductions from it.”
Gaisie emphasized that prophecies are often symbolic, and if there are any connections or similarities, one can take precautions. He also mentioned that people in the arts industry often attack the clergy after prophecies are made about them.
Reacting to Gaisie’s explanation as a panelist on United Showbiz, Yaa Yeboah found it difficult to understand why the prophet would be evasive. “I think Nigel is being childish, so to speak,” she said during the show. “His explanation makes no sense in my opinion. What he’s said doesn’t make any sense to me, even spiritually.”
Yaa Yeboah questioned the prophet’s inconsistency, stating, “We all know there is a famous person called Black Sherif, but he couldn’t even admit that it’s the same person. Yet, he keeps saying that when a prophecy is given, we must do something about it. Who should do something about the prophecy? Who is this Sherif Black that he claims he’s referring to? If this person isn’t popular, then why share it on social media?”