Blakk Rasta says that the Black Stars use juju everywhere they go.


A person in the news Blakk Rasta has said that the Black Stars of Ghana are always protected by some kind of spiritual force wherever they go. 

The 3FM host said that the team never goes out on the field of play without bringing a fetish or charm with them.

Blakk Rasta made this unsurprising but unproven claim when a listener of his Taxi Driver drive time show sent in a text to confirm this rumor that was going around.

In response, the controversial journalist said, "Over the past few years, there has always been a juju man, a certain Christian spiritualist, or a certain Muslim spiritualist on one side of the Black Stars camp."

Check out the video below.

Remember that the Black Stars captain, Andre Dede Ayew, was caught on a viral video sprinkling something white on the field before one of Ghana's most important games in the 2021 AFCON.

Before Dede Ayew ran onto the field to sprinkle the powder, it looked like he said some words of power on the sideline.

After the team's terrible performance and embarrassing exit from the 2022 AFCON in Cameroon, the video caused a stir on social media when it was said that fetish was used in their camp.

Captain Smart, a broadcast journalist for Media General, even said that midfielder Thomas Partey threatened to leave camp after a senior player brought a "juju man" to the camp.

He said that the Ghana Football Association (GFA) asked Partey to change his mind about leaving the team for good because he had a bad experience.

But Mr. Asante-Twum, who is in charge of communications for the GFA, said that the claims were not true. He said that they were lies made up to hurt the team's and the FA's reputations.


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