Fameye finally pays Nigel Gaisie a visit after the man of God called him out for being ungrateful

Weeks after Prophet Nigel Gaise called out Fameye for being ungrateful, the singer has finally paid the man of God a visit.

According to Nigel Gaisie in a Facebook post that went viral on the social media platform, he played a vital role in Fameye’s success in the music industry through life-saving prayers and prophetic words.

He additionally expressed his disappointment in him for not coming back to thank him for the sacrifices he made for him prior to becoming a star.

The leader and founder of prophetic Hill Chapel emotionally wrote;

“I prayed for him to be big by the mercies of God, coming back to say thank you, Jesus, bless you prophet of God is even a problem. It’s your birthday, I pray for you in that you will give God his due and appropriate people who as it were, helped you on your way of becoming who you are now; Fameye…PNG.”

Days after Nigel Gaisie’s admonishment, Fameye confirmed in an interview on Culture Daily on 3 Music, that he visited the prophet’s church with the hope of a big break in his music career.

“I want to comment on Nigel’s case. Yes, I indeed visited his church and he prophesied to me about my death. I don’t want to give details but he said I was going to die and added that I was going to blow. I was visiting other churches because I wanted God to cause an elevation in my music career,”

He continued that “after his death prophesies, my soul nearly left my body. I even broke up with all my girlfriends. I had about three women at the time. The prophet even gave me the date I was going to die. Recently I was in America when he tweeted that I have been ungrateful to him after his prophecy about me came to pass.“

Well, Nigel Gaisie has finally gotten the recognition and appreciation he was wearing following Fameye’s visit.

New pictures which have surfaced on the internet capture Fameye and the man of God who was seated on his throne exchanging pleasantries.

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