Bishop Kwame Asiamah, the Ajagurajah Movement’s founder, has issued a warning to popular Ghanaian musician Black Sherif about a tattoo on his hand.
He believes Black Sherif should have done more research into the meaning of the tattoo because it is considered occultic and could expose him to spiritual attacks.
To avoid potential trouble and attacks, the leader of the Ajagurajah Movement advised Black Sherif to remove the tattoo as soon as possible.
He explained that the tattoo, which resembles tears, is an occultic symbol, and that people who are spiritual may interpret it as a sign that he has joined an occultist group.
In a video shared by Express GH TV, Bishop Kwame Asiamah expressed his concern about the tattoo and its potential spiritual implications.