UK-based Ghanaian gospel musician, Sonnie Badu, who was briefly hospitalized in Australia over the weekend has denied rumours that he has died. 

The award-winning artiste, according to his management, “had an emergency” following which he was hospitalised for about two hours in a Sydney hospital; A photo of him on a hospital bed was shared Sunday on social media by his team, with a caption that requested prayer for the artiste but within few hours speculation was rife that the ‘Wonder God’ hitmaker had passed on. 
The musician was clearly unhappy with false reports that he has passed, has wished death upon his detractors.

Hurt by the reportage, the musician, who is currently in Australia, pointed out that, those who wished him dead should suffer same fate within three weeks.


On Sunday, February 26, news went viral that the musician had passed at a hospital in Australia.

A statement by management of the artiste explained that “After about two hours, his fans were updated that he was well and has been discharged from the hospital.”

But in a post on Instagram on Monday, February 27, Sonnie Badu threatened to take legal action against those who published the false story.

“All bloggers with false information claiming they spoke to someone from our camp and stupidly put confirmed!! have 30mins to take it off their site…..failure to do so will result in a lawsuit from which all proceeds will be given to orphans,” he threatened.

The gospel musician and minister further noted that, “….. and if that is your wish, within 3 weeks may you experience what you typed.”

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