Gospel musician Ernest Opoku has denied ever using black magic in his music career.
His denial follows a video that went viral recently with a self-acclaimed prophetess warning Mr Opoku to stop using charms.
In an interview with Hit FM’s Franky 5 on This Is Gospel, the musician refuted claims of using charms and accused the woman of peddling falsehood.
“You can’t just sit down and make baseless allegations about someone while it is not true.
“I do not use any charms; I do not know where to even consult fetish priests. I want the whole world to know all that what the woman said are lies,” he added.
Mr Opoku emphatically stated that he did not know the woman and has never spoken or been in contact with her before.
According to him, he had tried to contact the woman via social media so they could meet but has not received any reply yet.
“I do not know who she is or where she is from, I replied her on Facebook but she is yet to reply. What I want is to meet her one on one so she shows me where I got my black magic from and also to reveal to me the fetish priest I consulted.”
Ernest Opoku urged his fans to disregard the unidentified woman’s utterances because she was hungry for fame and wants to ride on his back.
The musician who is currently in New York is hopeful he would win the Male Vocalist of the Year award at this year’s Ghana Music Awards.